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Ok, so I want to get some new steering for my truck stock tie rods got bent and I want to upgrade. What are my options. I've got 4" wider a side unequal length I-beams. Will I be able to reduce bumpsteer or increase travel with new steering? I talked to a shop about doing some chomolly and heimed steering, but I think he said it wouldnt give me more travel or reduce bumpsteer. How much should it cost me?

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i would go with crossover steering, i know that newline has a good set up you should look on there site it might tell you how much it will cost.

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I dont think crossover steering(overkill) will help me anymore than just a heimed setup. I think they sharge probably 1500-2000 for there steering. I dont have equal lenght beams or I would go that route.

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our steering setup at Newline is designed only to work with our i-beam kit so it is not available separatly. we could however make a "one-off" heimed steering set-up designed for your front end.

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have you guys at newline made a crossover steering for 4wd i beams, how do those work? is it the same idea as the equal length i beams were you pivot your steering at the same place your i beams are mounted? do you have any pictures and how much would that cost?

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