Q: Will this kit fit on my 1995 Jeep XJ with 3" lift kit on it ?
A: Thanks for the question! To fit your application you’ll need to bend, cut tubing, and do some welding. You may also need a reamer to get the correct taper for the tie rod ends. With the 54” long stick of Dom you should have more than enough material for your 3 Inch lift. Check out the customer reviews, this kit is working well on a lot of different applications. Also feel free to give Clayton a call (828-551-7616) he’s our resident XJ Guru.
Q: Will this clear the track bar and still be able to retain the stock sway bar link mounting location?
A: I am afraid that we will need some additional information about your particular make and model of vehicle. Keep in mind however this is a universal kit and we have not tested it with every possible make and model combination. Please give us a call and we will see if we have any information regarding your particular vehicle. 828-551-7616
Q: Will this fit a 1994 f350 without modification? If not what modifications need to be made?
A: It all depends on if your knuckle holes are a GM one ton taper. I doubt they would be because it is a ford axle and their knuckle holes are huge.
Q: 1996 F350, Dana 60, tie rod holes on hub are wobbled out , .620 on top .756 on bottom, can i use this setup with a 1 ton GM tapered reamer?
A: I would recommend you go with a tapered insert. You are already at the id for a gm 1 ton at the widest point so more reaming would make the fit too sloppy. That part number is OSST90.
Q: I would like to purchase the 1 ton steering under the knuckle y link for my 1994 YJ. Any idea when you will have it back in stock? Thanks, Dan Surin
A: Hopefully within the next two weeks.
Q: Would this work on a Wagoneer dana 44 without contacting the diff cover?
A: This product would require cutting, bending and welding to build a steering kit for your axle. In most cases reaming the knuckles or running a tapered steering knuckle insert is also needed. ( Part Number: OSST90 )
Q: Is there an offset so it doesn’t hit my differential cover
A: No, this product typically requires bending.