This drop pitman arm helps reduce the angle of your drag link and reduce bumpsteer created when a suspension lift is installed.
I have a 2" lift and I'm getting steering drag, can I use a drop pitman, or do I need a adjustable track bar?
Asked by skate_n_shuff from Cumberland, WI on
Hi Skate_n_shuff, On a small lift such as the 2" a drop pitman arm works great to align the steering components, the adjustable track bar is usually only on taller lifts. Thanks for the inquiry!
Answered by JIm G from Cumberland, WI on
If I replace the drag link with an inverted one,do I need this droped pitman arm or just a stock one if I need the droped one do I have to drill out the new arm to 13/16. THANKS MORRIE
Asked by MORRIE from on
Morrie, the Rugged Ridge Drop Pitman Arm will not be needed with a high steer kit. Since you will use the stock pitman arm, you do not need to worry about drilling anything. I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from on
i have a 4.5" lift, what size drop pitman arm do i need? is 3" enough or would it be better to get the extreme drop pitman arm?
Asked by DGrimes371 from on
Hello! This drop pitman arm is specifically designed for a 4" to 8" XJ or ZJ. You should be fine to use this at 4.5" just make sure you keep both the trac bar and drag link parallel to each other, this will avoid any undesirable steering characteristics. Thank you!
Answered by Bob H from on
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