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All Pro Steering System

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The FJ cruiser uses a rack-and-pinion steering system in stock form. It doesn't work with the solid-axle swap, so it gets deleted and replaced with a steering box from an '86-'95 4WD toyota pickup. In addition to being the correct configuration for steering the solid axle, the steering box is much stronger than the rack-and-pinion steering system. All-Pro's weld-on mounting brackets are required to bolt the steering box in place on the driver-side framerail.