RUGGED RIDGE CROSSOVER STEERING. CROSSOVER STEERING

RUGGED RIDGE CROSSOVER STEERING. CARPET TECH. RUGS IN AUSTRALIA.

Rugged Ridge Crossover Steering


rugged ridge crossover steering
    crossover steering
  • When your hands remain in place while steering through a turn by crossing your arms. Useful in slaloms but not preferable when so much steering input is required that hand-over-hand must be resorted to from a crossed arm position.
  • steering design for beam trucks made to move independently with the suspension and minimize or eliminate bumpsteer. Here is a picture illustrating the difference between stock and crossover steering.
    rugged
  • (of ground or terrain) Having a broken, rocky, and uneven surface
  • (of a machine or other manufactured object) Strongly made and capable of withstanding rough handling
  • Having or requiring toughness and determination
  • sturdy and strong in constitution or construction; enduring; "with a house full of boys you have to have rugged furniture"
  • furrowed: having long narrow shallow depressions (as grooves or wrinkles) in the surface; "furrowed fields"; "his furrowed face lit by a warming smile"
  • broken: topographically very uneven; "broken terrain"; "rugged ground"
    ridge
  • Form (arable land) into raised strips separated by furrows
  • a long narrow natural elevation or striation
  • (of a surface) Form into or rise up as a narrow raised band
  • extend in ridges; "The land ridges towards the South"
  • any long raised strip
  • Mark with or form into narrow raised bands
rugged ridge crossover steering - Rugged Ridge
Rugged Ridge 18050.82 Heavy-Duty Crossover Steering Conversion Kit
Rugged Ridge 18050.82 Heavy-Duty Crossover Steering Conversion Kit
Beef up your ride with Rugged Ridge steering components. This is a bolt-on solution for preventing bent tie rods from wheeling with larger tires. The tubes are 1-1/4 inch OD steel that is cold rolled, pierced, and drawn through dies to produce a 1/4 in. wall thickness. This is true DOM tubing with NO seams OR welds to fail. Heavy duty 7/8 inch rod ends feature standard tapered ends to fit stock knuckle applications. You get one ton strength without any modifications to your steering knuckles. The Heavy-Duty Crossover Steering Conversion Kit replaces the bump-steer prone inverted Y-type steering system. This kit connects the drag link to the end of the tie rod at the wheel, giving a better steering angle and better leverage. If your vehicle is lifted a crossover steering system is a must.

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rugged ridge crossover steering
rugged ridge crossover steering
Rugged Ridge 18050.82 Heavy-Duty Crossover Steering Conversion Kit
Beef up your ride with Rugged Ridge steering components. This is a bolt-on solution for preventing bent tie rods from wheeling with larger tires. The tubes are 1-1/4 inch OD steel that is cold rolled, pierced, and drawn through dies to produce a 1/4 in. wall thickness. This is true DOM tubing with NO seams OR welds to fail. Heavy duty 7/8 inch rod ends feature standard tapered ends to fit stock knuckle applications. You get one ton strength without any modifications to your steering knuckles. The Heavy-Duty Crossover Steering Conversion Kit replaces the bump-steer prone inverted Y-type steering system. This kit connects the drag link to the end of the tie rod at the wheel, giving a better steering angle and better leverage. If your vehicle is lifted a crossover steering system is a must.

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