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If your steering geometry is set up right with the tie rod on top of the knuckles (for clearance and to compensate for lift)should you use I drop pitman arm or the stock one?

I have both to use, doing a hydro assist, tie rod on top of knuckle setup on a coil sprung 44 w.trac bar (I know I gotta make the tie rod and trac bar parallel for bumpsteer)
 

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Use one that gives you a good angle on the drag link.
 

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The more drop you have in it, the more likely itll :nuke:.
 

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That's what I was thinking. I brole the sector shaft on one steering box using a 4" drop pitman arm, so maybe I'll use the box with the stock arm on there.

Thanks
 
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