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When a truck is lifted above the manufacturers factory height, the steering geometry is changed. Depending on your truck and how high it is lifted, the angles of the steering components can be affected enough to cause steering problems and prematurely wear out steering components. Steering problems include ''bump steer'', poor ''memory steer'' and ''reduced turning radius''.


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  1. Cherokee 1974-1983 Jeep (Pwr Strg) w/ 3.5-4 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  2. CJ 1976-1986 Jeep (Mnl Strg) w/ 2.5-7 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  3. CJ 1976-1986 Jeep (Pwr Strg) w/ 3.5-7 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  4. CJ/Scrambler 1972-1975 Jeep (Power) w/ 2 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm

    CJ/Scrambler 1972-1975 Jeep (Power) w/ 2 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm

    Reg: $123.35

    Pitman Arm for Jeep's with Power Steering Learn More
  5. CJ/Scrambler 1976-1986 Jeep (Mnl) w/ 3.5-4 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm

    CJ/Scrambler 1976-1986 Jeep (Mnl) w/ 3.5-4 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm

    Reg: $119.09

    Pitman Arm for a Jeep with Manual Steering Learn More
  6. CJ/Scrambler 1976-1986 Jeep (Pwr Strg) and 3.5-4 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  7. J10/J20 1974-1988 Jeep (Pwr Strg) w/ 3.5-4 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  8. JK 2007-2013 Jeep w/ 4 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  9. MJ 1986-1992 Jeep (Pwr Strg) w/ 3.5-10 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
  10. TJ 1996-2006 Jeep (Pwr Strg) w/ 3.5-7 inch Lift - Drop Pitman Arm

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