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Can I use stock steering on my front 44. I will be spring over with 2 inch leaves, Can the stock steering hook up to the YJ stuff?? thanks guys. <IMG SRC="smilies/confused.gif" border="0"> This is a Drivers side waggy front end if that helps..
 

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Lots'a bump steer & the rod ends are probably different
 

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nope ur draglink will hit ur front spring since ur sprungover <IMG SRC="smilies/blender.gif" border="0">

[ 09-13-2001: Message edited by: BIGA$$YJ ]
 

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if you run the wagoneer steering.. you will also need the wagoneer pitman arm.. it will work with your steering box.. i have a waggy front in mine.. with the high steer setup.. love it.. drives wonderful
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The stock Waggy tie rod will work since it will be under the leaf springs. You will have to bend your drag link to work or it will hit your pass side springs like someone said above. You can convert the drag link to a high steer setup if you get a pass side flat top knuckle and get a SOA steering arm. This way your drag link will be above the springs and your tie rod will be below the springs.

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You can get flat top knuckles on both sides and get 2 SOA steering arms and run the tie rod and the drag link above the springs for the total High Steer setup. If you go this roune, you may have to change your pitman arm or have the taper reamed out more to fit the bigger D44 TREs. It all depends on which SOA steering arms you use.
 
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