I've done alot of searching about my question but I'm finding I only have one option.
On the weekend I replaced my centerlink with a moog one and a new idler arm with a Calmini IAB. I went out into the bush and hit a few rocks, broke my RF tie rod adjuster and bent the LF TRA.
So for the time being I've hit up a local junkyard and replaced the tra's with used ones for a cost effective reasons until I can figure out what I want to do.
I live in British Columbia, Canada so the Calmini products are hard to come by and I pay more and have to wait longer for them. I'd really like to buy their steering system as the idler arm I just replaced is pooched as well, most likely from all the stress of bending/breaking adjusters.
I've read about the grassroots centerlink but I'm not sure if thats going to solve my tra issue down the road. I've also heard of the SLR steering but to my knowledge they are no longer in business? My xterra has a calmini 3" SL so I understand the added stress it puts on the steering. Would upper ball joint spacers help with the stress on the steering? Does anyone have any input on Calmini in Canada?
I'd rather spend the money on a calmini steering system than continue to break TRA's, IA's, and CL's