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post #1 of 11 Old 12-01-2007, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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Dana 30 High Steer

I've been searching, but have found little info on the Dana 30 High Steer setup. Is teraflex the only option for a replacement knuckle. I would appreciate any information including links to write up on high steer for dana 30 SOA on a YJ.
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post #2 of 11 Old 12-01-2007, 05:48 PM
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The Teraflex route only raises the drag link and not the tie rod.
The tie rod still hangs low...

I looked at the Teraflex, the JB4x4 bracket and the Rocky Road YJOTT systems when I did my D30 SOA.
I went with the Rocky Road YJOTT.
It raises the drag link and the tie rod so they are both above the springs!



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That kit is nice. It is listed for $479. Any idea if it ever goes on sale?
What springs are you using?
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tie rod flip inserts.

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I installed the MORE steering correction kit. It flips the tie rod ends, and moves the draglink above the springs via a bracket on the pass side. I went with it because I got a great deal on it. Normal price is around $600 IIRC. If I was going to pay full price I think I would go with the Rocky Road set up. I have heard/read great things about it.

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tie rod flip inserts.
These work good for spring under with a lift, they give you 2-3" of lift for the OEM style tie-rod/drag link on a YJ (you need 3 of these to do the job). I'm not sure you'd be above the springs on a SOA setup.
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These work good for spring under with a lift, they give you 2-3" of lift for the OEM style tie-rod/drag link on a YJ (you need 3 of these to do the job). I'm not sure you'd be above the springs on a SOA setup.
True, but the original poster is SUA according to his profile.

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That kit is nice. It is listed for $479. Any idea if it ever goes on sale?
What springs are you using?
The springs in the pics were just temporary.
The ones I'm running are BDS springs.



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Is teraflex the only option for a replacement knuckle.
WJ knuckles are an option, plus bigger/better front brakes.
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True, but the original poster is SUA according to his profile.
It is true. I am SUA now, but I plan to go SOA when I install my 8.8. I figure as long as I'm welding perches anyway, I should put them on top.
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do thay make a kit for SUA also.sorry. i'm just curious.

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