Kingpin Dana 60 High Steer Arms
Apr 26, 2007
Mad 4wd has just come out with high steer arms for king pin Dana 60's that are machined from billet cold rolled steel and are 1" thick. The spring cover and lock is also machined out of solid billet replacing the stamped steel cover. The arm features a 10 degree angled plane to offset steering joint misalignment. Instead of a one version fits all Mad 4wd prefers to offer these arms blank, giving the customer the option of drilling or reaming steering link mounting holes themselves or having them come machined for the customers specific application. This way the arm is not weakened with multiple holes. The steering arms also feature a 5th hole for use with Reid Racing (formerly Dedenbear) steering knuckles.
Located in Poland Ohio, Mad 4wd manufactures a full line of
off-road products, specializing in bulletproof custom suspension and drivetrain components. For more information visit their website at www.mad4wd.com or reach them on the phone at 330-549-9082.
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