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Manufacturer: Rough Country

Steering Corrections

Steering Corrections

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", "Death Wobble" and "reduced turning radius."

 

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    1. Bronco 1978-1979 Ford 4WD w/ 3-6" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    2. Bronco 1980-1996 Ford 4WD - Drop Pitman Arm
    3. Cherokee SJ 1976-1983 Jeep (Pwr Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    4. CJ5 1976-1983 Jeep (Mnl Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    5. CJ5 1976-1983 Jeep (Pwr Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    6. CJ7 1976-1986 Jeep (Mnl Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    7. CJ7 1976-1986 Jeep (Pwr Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    8. CJ8 Scrambler 1981-1985 Jeep (Mnl Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    9. CJ8 Scrambler 1981-1985 Jeep (Pwr Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    10. F100/F150 1978-1979 Ford 4WD w/ 3-6" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    11. F150 1980-1996 Ford - Drop Pitman Arm
    12. F250 1977.5-1979 Ford (LoBoy) 4WD - Raised 3 Bolt Steering Blocks
    13. F250/F350 03/1999-2004 Ford 4WD - Drop Pitman Arm
    14. F250/F350 2005-2016 Ford 4WD w/ 3-6" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    15. J10/J20 Pickup 1976-1986 Jeep (Pwr Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-4" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
    16. JK 2007-2018 Jeep (Pwr Strg) 4WD w/ 2.5-6" Lift - Drop Pitman Arm
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