convertiyota do you have any pictures of your set up, i want to run it off the tie rod and was going to use a 8'' ram.
drive time if you are using a 10'' ram did you turn your steering locks in or are they in the stock position, the only resion i ask is this is where i am now with bolth axles and was going to order the rams, thanks jason.
Thank's I geuss I will get some new ram's.I was planing on going off the tie rod.My rams are push only I was running 2 of them on my 60 but it is cool I can get new ones for like 60 a piece.So I have never asked the question but now I assume rockwell's turn shaper than 60's.Is that correct?Thanks for the help guy's
Teach me on these rockwell's.I do not under stand why it matters where you mount the cylinder to use a different stroke.Is it because the cylinder is more inline and no angle to it so it does not haft to move as much to move the tie rod or steering arm?It has me confused and maybe if I had the axle here already to look at I would understand.I just talked to a buddy that has rockwell's up in Canada and he said he uses a 12" stroke.So now I am really confused...hmm
i measured 9" of tie rod travel on my rockwell, so i used a 10" ram with a 1" stop. a have not measured to make sure the steering stops are adjusted correctly. how much angle does the knuckle turn? how far out are your guys stops? :beer:
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