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Average Price: $79.50
Manufacturer: Rustys
Recommended?
Yes: 4 / No: 0

Rusty's brace is fairly inexpensive and is a simple way to keep you rolling on the trail. With larger, more aggressive tires being installed, more pressure is put on the steering box mount and bolts. Rusty's steering box brace can prevent any steering failures that would ruin a great ride.

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lostatindo
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lostatindo's Reviews
04-18-2013, 04:45 PM
Price: $59.00
Pros: solid construction, good directions, good hardware
Cons: didn't line up EXACTLY with frame and steering box
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Overall, I'm happy with this product. Took a little longer to install then I had anticipated. That was probably due to unibody flex and whatnot. Also, difficult to drill the required hole in the exact spot necessary. I compared it to other manufacturers and this was the best price.


jeepmansro

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jeepmansro's Reviews
10-15-2009, 08:50 PM
Price: $100.00
Pros: Looks like it works good
Cons: Takes a little wedging and drilling to get it where you want it.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Ok well after this was sized up, I had to do a little custom drilling and shimming to get it into the right place. But its in with little effort, and I think it definitely helps keep the steering box a little more stable, especially running a dropped pitman arm.


ripper37
Registered User
ripper37's Reviews

05-05-2008, 01:45 PM
Rustys Steering Box Brace
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Def works, but of the two holes I had to use, neither lined up, meaning i had to drill 3 holes


Smittie
Registered User
Smittie's Reviews

04-24-2008, 02:26 PM
Rustys Steering Box Brace
Recommended? Yes

Comments: It works.



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