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Offroad Design has an incredibly nice set of four-hole high-steering arms that take advantage of Reid's fourth bolt hole. ORD's machining is spot-on, with the knuckles simply dropping right onto the studs. Normally there's some inconsistency and you've got to resort to the dead-blow hammer to make things fit. Not so here. The ORD arms have the right tapers drilled for use with stock tie-rod ends, or they can be drilled for 3/4-inch rod ends. Careful consideration was given to maintaining the full range of steering, spring, and component clearance when ORD designed these arms.