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who makes a good heavy duty steering setup that uses hiem joints instead of the factory style?

my steering components are starting to wear out so i'd like to replace them with a heavier duty setup that wont wear out

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JKS manufacturing.
4130 chromoly shafts too!

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Don't know about the status of DOT approval or not. Beadlocks are not approved for street use either... but.
I don't run mine on the street except when rolling to the trails and maybe a short jaunt to the package store for refreshments.

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Wanted to get this back to the top and ask if anyone had found any more info?
This seems like a great way to lift up some of those components, while using some heavy-duty equipment.
I will try to look up CA's rules...

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avalanche eng. makes them also.. probably currie enterprises too.. i wouldnt recommend it for street use.. sure you drive to the trail.. but.. for a daily driver.. nope..

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Why don't you recommend these? (truly a question-not a snotty statement). I have built mine and I think they are stronger than stock. I used automobile quality instead of industrial like originally planned. We use heim joints at work all the time. I think they are easier to change also.

 
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