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with the amount of lift on that leaf sprung vehicle,it looks like it needs to have cross-over steering.
 

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thats is a rolling chassis 1984 bronco i beleive with a 460, dana 60 and a 14 bolt if i remember right, looks good other wise, and i hope that it was used for mock up only, and wast his planned steering. but seeing as how it is still a rolling chassis i beleive that it wasnt ment to stay
 

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:lolup imagine the pressure on that thing just sitting there ... looks like he had to bend it up to bolt it on ... sad thing
 

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RaisedIIPerfection said:
with the amount of lift on that leaf sprung vehicle,it looks like it needs to have cross-over steering.
What do you think that is? "Crossover" steering means the drag link crosses over to the other side, ie, not a J-arm.

That's also the smallest 60 I've ever seen... looks more like a D44... or maybe a D30. :D

Check out the "skid plate" on the rear axle. Holy rock-catcher, Batman.
 

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No front d/s. Looks like a show truck, altho there doesn't seem to be enough chrome
 

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for the "cross-over" steering,doesnt it alleviate(sp) the draglink steering angle?Thats why you see many superduties with big lifts having crossover steering...Thats what i was told by ORU when we lifted our excursion
 

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I'm not exactly sure what ORU was describing, so I can't tell you for sure.

"True" crossover would have slightly less of an angle than the y-link setups that Ford used on F350s and SuperDuties... but most Fords can't run crossover because of the pass leaf being in the way. That's why I'm running a high steer arm on that side.
 
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