Whether you are just starting out with crossover steering or going full hydro, these arms are meant to handle it all and give you options as well.
I am from South Africa where the driver side is on the right hand side. The picture is confusing for me as it shows it is a right hand side passanger side steering arm in the USA and you advertise it as a left hand steering arm. Please advise if picture is incorrect. I need left handside arm. Please send picture of left hand side steering arm. Regards Rupert
Asked by Rupert from South africa on
Rupert, the Artec Industries Dana 44 High Steer Arm can be used for both the driver side or the passenger side. Artec does not differentiate between this being a right hand or left hand side product. I would advice that you contact Artec. Thank you!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from South africa on
I just want to make sure the steering arm is on left side of dana 44. The picture whoever show it is passenger side ( right side). I need left side.
Asked by Rupert from Robertson South Africa on
Hey Rupert, this is the driver side for the dana 44. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Robertson South Africa on
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