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z link vs high steer. (toy steering for sale)

I'm going to sell my toy steering setup. (full petroworks kit). Thing is I don't know if I should include the z link with it. I'm going to install a sidekick system out of my newly purchaced 92 sidekick (1.6 16V) and was wondering if it would be benificial to put a high steer system on it. I do not have any bumpsteer problems now with the z link. Is this the only thing (besides trail damage) that the high steer does over the z link? BTW, anyone want a fully toy steering kit before I put it on ebay?
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Re: z link vs high steer. (toy steering for sale)

the crossover steering setup is much stronger. if you check out the zukimelt 2002 video there are 2 sami's on there that bent z-links. if you check out nco's website there is some real good info about steering corection parts. they also sell the breeze setup(the strongest on the market).
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Re: z link vs high steer. (toy steering for sale)

I paid $350 for the kit and another $150 for the toy parts, so I was trying to get $400 for everything. I only put 5000 miles on it (mostly street). Everything is in great condition except the cooler has bent fins and the resivoir cap should eventually be replaced - it leaks a little - just enough to make a mess I never had to add any in the 5000 miles I drove it.
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Re: z link vs high steer. (toy steering for sale)

I bought the Petroworks Toyota power steering kit when they first came out, only mine didn't have a cooler. Did your kit come with a cooler? Do you know where the cooler came from (Toyota, Chevy ???).

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Re: z link vs high steer. (toy steering for sale)

Yup, it came with a cooler. I have no idea what it came from but it was quite small. Any smally tranny cooler would work well.
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