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High Steer System - From Clayton Off Road




Our Dana 30 high steer kit is finalized. The aluminum tie rod and drag links are getting machined, parts are ordered and we hope to be able to ship complete kits in approximately 2 weeks.

We are finishing up our Over The Knuckle steering conversion system which will be available for the D30 and Rubicon D44 axles from a TJ/LJ/XJ and ZJ.

This system will greatly improve your steering performance in a lifted TJ/LJ/XJ/ZJ model by flattening out your drag link angle, and making sure your trackbar is parallel with your drag link.

More information, and pictures are coming up. Feel free to email us about this new product, and check our Facebook page for up to date pictures, and comments




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post #2 of 4 Old 11-15-2013, 12:13 PM
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This just to disappoint us jk guys ?

On a serious note.. Thanks for all the posting on all the forums, both big and small ! Thanks Alex

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Very nice. I never liked the drag link connected to the tie rod on the TJ. Looks like you are using offset rod ends on the tie rod. Very good touch for clearing diff covers. Might want to also offer a package with an aftermarket diff cover when you bundle it all up. That would make it a nice one stop upgrade setup.

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This just to disappoint us jk guys ?

On a serious note.. Thanks for all the posting on all the forums, both big and small ! Thanks Alex
For the past few years the JK guys have gotten all the love from Clayton.

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Very nice. I never liked the drag link connected to the tie rod on the TJ. Looks like you are using offset rod ends on the tie rod. Very good touch for clearing diff covers. Might want to also offer a package with an aftermarket diff cover when you bundle it all up. That would make it a nice one stop upgrade setup.
Thanks, we will look into doing that!

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