Quote: you can use the stock push-pull style steering with a dropped drag link, but just be aware that it is much weaker than cross over or high-cross steering. its good enough to get by, but i wouldn't wheel it too hard. If you're still just gathering parts for a SAS, just wait and buy the high-cross kit from All-Pro when it goes on sale (i think i got mine for $399 or $349, can't quite remember). Also, to save time and frustration, pick up Sky Manufacturing's pitman arm adapter, its well worth the $20.
I'm still confused by this post if I can do my sas without forking over the 440+bucks for the hysteer and just upgrade later somebody pleaase let me know
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