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Performance Steering Components

When you turn the steering wheel you operate a complex system that includes the steering column, steering gear and steering linkage, which acts on the wheels and tires to turn your car or truck. If your vehicle has hydraulic power steering, this adds another layer of complexity with a drive belt, pump, reservoir and hydraulic hoses. Like any other system in your vehicle, there are many ways to upgrade your steering system’s performance.

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When you’re driving at speed, you have to make turning decisions quickly, so you need a responsive vehicle that reacts immediately to your direction. Unfortunately rubber bushings create momentary hesitation while the rubber compresses. Our polyurethane bushings are much more rigid than rubber. With polyurethane steering coupler and rack and pinion mount bushings, when you turn the steering wheel, the car will turn directly in response to your input.

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Performance Steering Components the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Bilstein, Skyjacker, ReadyLIFT, Superlift, Koni, Monroe, Energy Suspension, Rubicon Express, Baer, Rugged Ridge the Performance Steering Components we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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With the majority of parts located under the vehicle, any steering system operates in a harsh environment, but none more so than on an off-road driven Jeep, truck, or SUV. We offer a large selection of beefed up components like strong, heavy-duty drag links and tie rods. These are made of thicker tubing, some in chrome moly steel, to ensure durability under the most severe conditions. Our manufacturers specialize in solving inherent vehicle design problems, and many have created conversion kits and developed steering box braces to eliminate problems like bump steer, flex, and even frame breakage.

Altering a vehicle’s ride height can change alignment angles and create steering problems like bump steer. While both lowered and lifted vehicles can be affected, the condition is especially prevalent on lifted Jeeps, trucks, and SUVs. When the suspension is modified, the steering geometry can be changed adversely, causing the vehicle to dart one way or another or veer to one side when it hits bumps or holes in the road. We offer components like drop pitman arms and tie rod ends with adjustable length studs and heim joints for greater articulation, to correct steering geometry and eliminate bump steer.

A popular upgrade for 4WD trucks, Jeeps and SUVs is a steering stabilizer. Also known as steering dampers, these components reduce the wheel shimmy, bump steer and vibration that commonly affects vehicles with oversize wheels and tires. Your truck may have come with one from the factory, but steering stabilizers wear out over time. Don’t just replace your worn damper, upgrade to a performance unit! We offer stabilizers from top off-road suspension manufacturers that know what works with big tires. If your truck didn’t come with a steering damper, we have mounting kits that will enable installation.

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Steering Components Reviews
Average rating: 5 4.8 - 19 reviews
2006 Chevy Silverado | Posted by Trey | (Casper, WY)

I installed this steering stabilizer on a 2006 Chevy Silverado 2500 with a leveling kit. Before you install this go buy a pitman arm puller. This makes removal of the old stabilizer much easier. Be careful because the tapered bolt does not press out slow. When it finally comes out, it will shoot out and hit the floor. Stay to the side of this thing when using the puller to remove the old one. It looks great but the skid plate covers it. The steering is much tighter.

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