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- Upgrade your steering components to accommodate larger tires
- Bolt-on system provides one ton of strength
- Steel tubing has a wall thickness of .25”
- True DOM tubing has no seams or welds
- Heavy-Duty .875” rod ends have standard ends to fit stock steering knuckles
- Backed by a 3-year warranty.
Bigger tires can help out a lot when you're tackling tough trails, but not if they lead to a broken tie rod. With the Rugged Ridge Jeep Heavy-Duty Steering Kit you get a bolt-on solution to this difficult problem.
This tough system features tubes that are made from 1.25" ID SAE 1018 steel. It is cold rolled, pierced, and drawn through dies for a wall thickness of .25". So you get true DOM tubing that has no seams or welds that can fail under stress. Add on the heavy-duty .875" rod ends that have standard tapered ends to fit your stock steering knuckles, and you have one great steering kit.
If your Jeep is lifted, the Rugged Ridge Jeep Heavy-Duty Steering Kit is a must-have addition. The tough system delivers that extra strength that you need to tackle all of your off-road adventures. Plus, it's backed by a 3-year warranty.
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Rugged Ridge Jeep Heavy-Duty Steering Kits Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Efrain D (Tamarac, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Wrangler — Nov 10, 2015 2:46 PM
Reviewed by Cody B (San Angelo, TX) Reviewed for a 1983 Jeep CJ — Apr 06, 2015 8:52 PM
Very well built, one tie rod end would not torquestions to spec. I contacted AA.COM and they are sending me both a left and right threaded tie rod ends as I told them I don't like using the ends after they have been removed. Great customer service and I really like the kit.
Reviewed by jeff r (cave creek, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 03, 2014 6:00 AM
Just what the doctor ordered to fix that terrible factory design. After installation of this the steering stabilizer was no longer required. Now it drives like you expect a sweet jeep to drive.
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!