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Anyone running the RRO OTT steering ?

Anyone here running the current Rocky Road over the top steering ? If so, how do you like it ? Any problems with it ? I have heard that the current setup they have is a little different and imporved over what they had to begin with.
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Re: Anyone running the RRO OTT steering ?

I have the stage 1 currently installed (which leaves the tie rod under the springs). It was a HUGE improvement over a z-link, but the tie rod still rubbed. I just got the stage 2 upgrade, and hopefully I will get a change to install it this week before Zuwharrie.

Only issue I have is with the parts rusting. About a week after installation, the brackets looked like hell.
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Re: Anyone running the RRO OTT steering ?

I run it and swear by it. It is a very good product ant a great price!! I've had it on the Zuk for a year and no problems. Oh, if you paint it, it won't rust on you [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Oh, if you paint it, it won't rust on you

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Yeah, I definately need to take it apart and paint the components. Other than that, I am very, very happy with it.

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It is a very good product ant a great price

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You bet it was a good price! I won mine at the fall Zuwharrie! Thanks Rocky Road!

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You need to come on down and take a shot at winning those Trail Tough 6.4 to 1 T-case gears now [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: Anyone running the RRO OTT steering ?

i also have the stage 1--great product, i did a little modification because i didn't want to run the studs on the caliper mounts, painted it &amp; did the easy install--works great &amp; so far holding up great!! btw--i received mine within a week of order!!!
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You need to come on down and take a shot at winning those Trail Tough 6.4 to 1 T-case gears now

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I'll be down Thursday night. Wouldn't miss it for the world!

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That was mighty generous of Brent and Linda. I think that the gears would have been more than enough, but to also throw in the shock mounts and the perches, that was awsome.

I think my ticket is going into RockRats bucket. I really need a cage, and he does some awsome work.

So many cool prizes. This is going to be one heck of a raffle!

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Re: Anyone running the RRO OTT steering ?

after recieving the yj kit and the stage 2 steering 4 months late all my studs for my steering were missing so i didnt no how it was supposed to be held together [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img], i ended up modding it cause i thought u were supposed to use longer bolts for the caliper mounts, which is a pita now because if i have to do a pad change i gotta pull the top sterring appart to get to anything..... [img]images/graemlins/bs.gif[/img]
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