We’re sorry. The information you have requested is temporarily unavailable.
Rugged Ridge Jeep Heavy-Duty Steering Kits Part #18050.83 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joshua D (MESA, AZ) Reviewed for a 1987 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 30, 2012 9:12 PM
After searching every 4x4 site on the net these seemed to be the strongest and cheapest. Installation was easy and the instructions were simple. Been out once so far and they held up great!
Reviewed by Joey I (Bella Vista, AR) Reviewed for a 1993 Jeep Wrangler — May 03, 2010 8:35 PM
First let me say my experience isn't the average and it was my first time installing any kind of tie rods or drag links. Overall the kit is very nice. It is a major upgrade over stock for just the price of replacement tierod ends. I had some problems with installation but it was due to modifications on my Jeep. I have a 4" lift and a drop pitman arm. Everything was perfect beofre with the stock setup but as soon as I put this kit on I had some problems. The drag link was too low with my drop pitman arm and the lock nuts would rub on the tie rod and loosen themselves up. I had to order a stock pitman arm to put back on which isn't good because of the added bumpsteer. The instructions also reccomend a dropped pitman arm with a lift over 2". But they knew of the problems with the links rubbing together. It made me a little angry. I wouldn't hesitate to buy this product again though. The look and the beffy tie rods make it worth it.
Reviewed by David W (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 1990 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 12, 2010 8:41 PM
Great Kit, easy to install, easy to adjust the alignment also. I really liked the extra jam nuts provided in the kit. I use to run a similar setup on my XJ with only one jam nut per tierod and I was always having to readjust the alignment.
Reviewed by Charles J P (Pahrump, NV) Reviewed for a 1992 Jeep Wrangler — Feb 18, 2010 9:48 PM
Straight forward install, only problem was some clearance issues with an aftermarket JKS trac-bar. This may have been a non-issue with a drop pitman or the stock bar, but had to remove the spacer (grind it) off of the lower bar mount to move the trac-bar back away from the drag link to allow full lock turning to the right. Also had to be careful as to the placement of the lock nuts on the drag link lower end, they look like they may hit the tie rod if the flats are not lined up, but again, this would only be at full lock of the steering and maybe not an issue with a dropped pitman arm.
Reviewed by Jerry M (Cumming, GA) Reviewed for a 1994 Jeep Wrangler — Dec 31, 2009 10:49 PM
Beefy metal with all hardware and easy installation. you need a tie rod pickle fork or puller and you can have this on in no time. tightened up the steering nicely and now I need to go beat it up on the trail ;-)
Ships By 7/24
- What Do You Drive?
- Part #:18050.83
- Includes 4 Tie Rod Ends
- rugged ridge suspension systems
- rugged ridge heavy duty tie rod kit
- what is the best steering stabilizer for jeep
- shocks nissan
- jeep anti roll kits
- lexus suspension parts
- 1999 jeep grand cherokee steering damper
- 2000 ford explorer body lift kit
- volkswagon eos car cover
- truck air filters reviews
- automobile floor mats rubber
- sear covers