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After we got the axles upgraded, we focused on the steering. Our stock parts were surviving, but flexed enough to require toe-in adjustment after each trip out. When we looked at the price of a spare set of complete tie rods and ends, only to have more weak stock parts, we decided to upgrade. Our research led us to Blitzkrieg Motorsports. Known for their long-travel two-wheel-drive and solid-axle suspensions, the folks at Blitzkrieg happily accepted our big red bucket into their shop for some beefy steering upgrades.

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