Bronco Hut    

   Ford Bronco Parts - Classic Vintage Early Bronco Parts   Toms Bronco Parts   BC Broncos
 Message Forum
 Photo Gallery
 Event Calendar
 Book Reviews
 Bronco Wallpaper
 Bronco FAQ
 Link Back to CB!
 600+ Bronco Links!
Search all Bronco Links
Buy / Sell
 Classifieds / Want Ads
 Vendor Forum
James Duff
Rust Bullet
Sexton Offroad
Bronco Tech
Recent Tech Articles
 •Holley Carb Tips
 •Aussie Locker
 •C6 203 205 Doubler
 •4 Link
 •Clutch Replacement
 •Early Turn Signals
 •C4 Improvements
 •Threaded Dipstick
 •NV3550 5 spd
     More Tech...
Ford Bronco Parts - Classic Vintage Early Bronco Parts

Welcome to the Forums.

You are currently viewing our boards as a GUEST which limits your access to viewing only. To take advantage of all the forum features please take a moment to register. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact contact the admin. If you've lost your password click here.

Go Back Forums > 66-77 Ford Bronco > Bronco Chat > Vendor Forum & Current Mass Buys

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Old Yesterday, 08:25 AM   #1
Gravel Maker
Bronco Guru
Gravel Maker's Avatar
Quick with a Laser!

Joined: Sep 06
Posts: 2,289
Beefy Dana 60 Steering options @ Ruffstuff!

Big bad-ass steering is sort of our mantra here at Ruffstuff.

We are proud to offer a wide variety of HEAVY DUTY
steering options for KINGPIN 60s!

First, we have stout high-steer arms that use a threaded
pre-load adjuster for those who are going spring-less.

These arms feature GM 1-Ton TRE taper for the tie-rod holes, and a larger reamed hole to
support the high angle drag link ends that allow your axle to travel further
without binding or exceeding the maximum angle of the DLEs.


We ALSO have arms that go over a stock spring cap for those folks wanting to keep the pre-load springs.

*Note, these are an earlier design, and come with Standard TRE Reaming in both tie-rod and drag link locations.
This of course is easily reamed out, or drilled for heim joint use.

Both styles of high-steer arms are drilled for after-market 5-stud knuckles,
however they work just fine with factory 4-stud knuckles, the 5th hole is just empty.

Now lets talk about how we can link all the moving pieces together,
We offer the same 3 different styles in both spring and springless:

1- Cross-over - in this kit you would be using factory TRE locations on the knuckles to attach the tie-rod, and it would come with one highsteer arm for the passenger side knuckle to attach the Drag link, as well as a new king pin cap on the driver side knuckle.

2- Cross-over + High-Steer - This comes with high steer arms for both knuckles, and you would connect both the drag link, and the tie-rod to them. Big benefit of moving the tie-rod up, and out of harms way (as long as you have the clearance to oil-pan and frame).

3- High-steer Y-Link - This kit attaches the tie-rod to both high-steer arms, however the drag link connects to a tapered hole on the Tie-rod itself (instead of all the way to the knuckle). This is often a benefit for narrower vehicles with link suspension, that have a shorter pan-hard bar, the shorter drag link helps with steering geometry and bump-steer.


You can find all of these kits, as well as individuals or packs of D60 accessories right here:

Dan Fredrickson 916.600.1945
Your Fab Parts Specialist
The New Industry Standard!
Gravel Maker is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply Forums > 66-77 Ford Bronco > Bronco Chat > Vendor Forum & Current Mass Buys

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search

Forum Jump

All times are GMT -6. The time now is 03:55 AM.

Bulletin Board Software by: vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Garage Plus vBulletin Plugins by Drive Thru Online, Inc.

This site created, owned and maintained by Jon Hanna
Copyright 1996-2018 All rights reserved. Privacy Statement is not affiliated with Ford Motor Company

Page generated in 0.27116 seconds with 57 queries