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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-07-2002, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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lol alright I stripped the bolt on the axle side of the z link set up no prob re threaded it then really late but I was just piddlin I noticed on the other side that the fitted bolt in there wants to move when I go to tighten it...should I just push it up in there tight since its pressed and hope it screws on? hhah its the lil things that get me here...oh and could I take sidekick brake hoses and couple them with sammies lines
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sell it and buy a cross over steering set up
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i had that same problem with my z link I had to use a bottle jack to put up preasure on it to get that nut on without the studded part turning. dont know on the brake line.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 10-08-2002, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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sorry I dont have 300 to throw around on steering...ya I think if I press it in there tight enough it will not turn
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i am not sure abour your particular situation, but i know i had a bunch of trouble with mine too. Even after gettin it on it still gave a vague feel on the road. I have since swapped to breeze crossover steering and couldn't be happier. Sorry about the smarta$$ comment, i meant it to come out more nicely.
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Rocky Road has a stage 1 crossover setup for $189. Basically what it does is to move the drag link on top and leaves the tie rod in the stock position. I just got one, havn't installed it yet, but it looks like a fairly simple setup; and all the ends have grease zerks.
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most of us havent seen any real clear pix of it and I wont buy a steering setup that i dont know how it mounted i have seen the breeze one it has the most mounting of any i have seen it conects to the brake mount and the king pin mount trail toughs mounts to the brake mount i was a little sceptical of it at first but upon closer inspection it is a rather beefy unit and the brake mount would probably brake off way before it would even geof hasnt been able to do that and then there is glens that no one except those who have bought it know how it mounts because glen doesnt want someone to rip off his design and some of us are still waiting maybe he needs to find some one who is realy good at tearing stuff up to test it for him geoff already has crossover steering but it doesnt move all the steering over the nuckles i think if he cant break somthing then it must be pretty durable
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Kale...no worries man jack idea worked thanks..its a pretty lil Z I made I will post pics when I get them developed
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