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To deal with the added height, we corrected the steering using a simple steering arm block. These sell at your local 4x4 shop for around $50 and come with longer studs to screw into the axle knuckle, but we wouldn't do it this way again on our own truck. Instead we'd buy a replacement steering arm meant for a 4-inch lift. A replacement steering arm is only a few bucks more, and it's definitely a better way to go.