Subscribe to a magazine

Steering And Brake Parts Guide - Stop And Steer

Advance Adapters
Christian Lee | Writer
Posted October 1, 2009

There is no end to the different ways of improving your 4x4's steering and braking systems. From high-performance brake pads to custom-built steering gears and pumps, you can upgrade or improve upon every factory-deficient issue to achieve greater results.

Check out the following products designed to benefit your vehicles steering and brake systems. They are sure to steer and stop your vehicle on to a better path.

Advance Adapters
Advance Adapters offers a variety of steering components for many vehicle applications. The manual and power Saginaw steering conversion kits are designed for '47-'71 CJ-series Jeeps and '63-'79 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruisers. The manual and power Saginaw conversion kits require use of a new or used Saginaw steering box and a steering pump and hoses for power applications. The kits include steering box mounting plates, pitman arm, steering shaft, U-joint, spud shaft, and installation hardware.

Advance Adapters
(800) 655-0787

Well known for its suspension products, BDS Suspension offers a full line of both single and dual steering stabilizers for most applications. The BDS Suspension stabilizer system is said to reduce steering shimmy and improve tire wear. BDS Suspension products are covered by the exclusive No Fine Print Warranty.

BDS Suspension
(517) 279-2135

Borgeson now offers a modern integral power steering conversion for 1966-1977 Ford Broncos. This conversion box is a remanufactured GM Delphi 600 integral power steering box from 2000 model year-and-newer production vehicles. The Delphi 600 is the latest generation of power steering gearbox technology with a true modern power steering feel and a 14:1 variable ratio. The box bolts directly to the factory mounting position and uses the stock pitman arm. Hose kits are available for connections to either Ford or GM pumps. Complete kits with all required components are available.

(860) 482-8283

Load More Read Full Article