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Any one out there with the all-pro d-44 hybrid using hysteer x-over?? I just want to know what arms and rod ends you are using?? Are there arms availabe to use fj-80 rod ends or are shperical rod ends necisary (sp)?? I'm just looking into the axle and just want to know what all is involved. I know flat top knuckles are a no-brainer.
 

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Originally posted by superbob:
<STRONG>Any one out there with the all-pro d-44 hybrid using hysteer x-over?? I just want to know what arms and rod ends you are using?? Are there arms availabe to use fj-80 rod ends or are shperical rod ends necisary (sp)?? I'm just looking into the axle and just want to know what all is involved. I know flat top knuckles are a no-brainer.</STRONG>
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Like OOPS said try Allpro but if it's using dana outers then it would have an SAE taper for the tie rods.
 

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I could call all-pro but would have to do it tomorrow, I was curious tonight. : ) I guess I wanted to know who all makes steering arms for danna knuckles? And thereby if anyone made them with metric tapers. All the rigs I see on the all-pro site have shperical rod ends and it doesn't list the manufacturer of the steering arms.
 

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We make Hy-Steer arms for D44's knuckles too. These arms are too thick for using stock type tie rod ends and require the SRE's to hook up the steering. The D44 arms cost $125 per arm. These arms will bolt onto any D44 flat top knuckle.
 

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Originally posted by Chris Geiger:
<STRONG>We make Hy-Steer arms for D44's knuckles too. These arms are too thick for using stock type tie rod ends and require the SRE's to hook up the steering. The D44 arms cost $125 per arm. These arms will bolt onto any D44 flat top knuckle.</STRONG>
Do you have any pictures of your steering arms Chris? I have a friend in the process of putting your D44 hybrid under a LWB Sami. He is on his second set of steering arms trying to get the geometry correct. Just looking for options.


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Hi All

Our Dana arms can be tapered for what ever you like the costs are $220.00USD per pair for low arms and $310.00USD per pair for the Over The Top arms.

Rick

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Oooohhh Rick, them's purty <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
What are you getting for a pair of Toy hysteer arms?
 

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OTT Industries OVER THE TOP steering arms are individually milled from high quality billet steel. The pins are CNC machined from 4140 chromoly steel
Over the top toyota steering arms per pair $345.00 US
Over the top tie rod and drag link $55.00 US each, Jamnuts included
Over the top pitman arm $115.00 US
Kit including LH and RH steering arms, pitman arm , tie rod and draglink with jam nuts $545.00 US
OTT INDUSTRIES
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Originally posted by [email protected]:
<STRONG>Hi All

Our Dana arms can be tapered for what ever you like the costs are $220.00USD per pair for low arms and $310.00USD per pair for the Over The Top arms.

Rick

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I'm sure I'm probably dead wrong on this, but I thought low-steer crossover on a D44 only requires one arm??? <IMG SRC="smilies/confused.gif" border="0">

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Originally posted by dangerber:
<STRONG>I'm sure I'm probably dead wrong on this, but I thought low-steer crossover on a D44 only requires one arm??? <IMG SRC="smilies/confused.gif" border="0">

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you're correct, you just need a pass side arm if you don't want to raise the tie rod. but why not raise while you're at it ...

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I believe Rick is referring to the fact that OTT has arms that are tall and arms that are low not that they are for high steer or low steer. The high arms are what I would need to clear my spings on my high steer setup. I have a friend that used a different spring pack and because of that he can use the low arms on his high steer setup.

You are correct, for cross-over steering, only the passenger side arm is required. If converting to high steer both arms are required.

I also agree, if spending the money to convert, go high steer.

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