|January 30th, 2008, 09:10 PM||#1|
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Join Date: 11-10-05
Location: Lennon, Mi
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D44 high steer arms, corrected for H1 offset
Does anyone other then rockstomper make the D44 high steer arms that are corrected for the offset of the H1 wheel?
Trying to decide the best route to go, as part of my reasoning for using the H1's was to suck the width back in a bit, was hoping to find someone local maybe.
I wouldn't mind some spacers because then I could protect the hub a bit, but by then I might as well re-center them unless I find a used set of spacers.
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Last edited by jeepfreak81; February 8th, 2008 at 09:10 PM. Reason: I'm a douchebag and wrote the wrong thing.
|February 8th, 2008, 02:04 AM||#2|
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Join Date: 01-25-06
Location: Traverse City
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I had the same issue. My driver side was fine because there short. but my passenger side is a longer arm. So when I drilled and tapped the knuckle I turned it in as far as safely poss. But then the bolt that holds the disc breaks on was rubbing. So I got a shallower one from the hardware store. It works fine but every once and a while after mudding a little rock will get caught in there and screech like crazy. Anyway I just bought regular high steer arms off ebay with studs for like $55. and they are nice. If all that jibberish didnt make sence you can call me at 231-499-9088
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