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#11 Old 10-11-2010, 03:24 PM
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Every time you guys start talking centerlinks, and Idler arm braces, and pitman arms, it makes me so happy that the 2nd gens have rack and pinion steering instead of recirculating ball. I just need some HD TRE's.

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Every time you guys start talking centerlinks, and Idler arm braces, and pitman arms, it makes me so happy that the 2nd gens have rack and pinion steering instead of recirculating ball. I just need some HD TRE's.
J - You're missing all the fun. Next you'll be saying you're glad you don't have TBs for a PML...

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#13 Old 12-14-2012, 02:40 AM
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does anybody know if brian/grassroots is still in business?
i just did a SL lift and about to do a BL with bigger tires but want to upgrade steering first
i tried the email on his website and it dosent seem to be working
anyhelp would be much appreciated
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I am not sure if they are still in business.
What is it that they actually do? The image on their site doesn't provide much detail what seperates their product from stock other than the larger grade 8 bolt...

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They cut the balljoints out that get sloppy and weld cups in their place, and then press in a spherical bearing, which allows you to run the bigger bolt. Less slop, stronger, last longer and replaceable.
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Is there a different taper in different years of the first gens or can I just order a center link and know that it fits. They said confirm taper size. What taper are they speaking of? Thanks

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