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Full Hydraulic Steering

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Full hydraulic steering was by far the most popular and common steering setup for the racers. Most chose to run a double-ended ram, which requires a lower volume of fluid, and an orbital tuned to be slow enough to keep the rig from feeling squirrely at high speed but responsive enough to maneuver quickly through the rocks. Power steering fluid coolers are a must for this type of trail abuse also.