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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-15-2001, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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Tracker drop pitman arm

Hey, Does anyone make a drop pitman arm for the tracker power steering set up? I know many of the vendors have items that are not shown on their websites.


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Re: Tracker drop pitman arm

I dont think so and a samurai one will not fit

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not that i have ever heard of either man.
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Re: Tracker drop pitman arm

Its hard to believe there is'nt one available, especially as popular as the swap is. Great business opportunity here.

Any way, I assume I must create a hybrid drop pitman arm. Is this something a local welding shop can do? or do I need to send it somewhere?

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Re: Tracker drop pitman arm

Whazoo,
I had to make a custom drop pittman arm for the last Sidekick power stering system install I did. It was for Aaron Kaklamanos...the guy I installed a 1.6 16 valve for a month before he rolled it at the Melt! it's relatively easy. I just took the Sidekick pittman and chopped off the end and welded the Samurai drop pittman are to it. A little creative grinding and it actually looks like a stock part. Check out the pic on the website: www.AFTERMARKET4x4.com under the heading "curent projects". He also has a Spidertrax Panhard bar and with the drop pittman both bars sit parallel to the tie rod bar.

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