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The Currie steering shafts are stronger because they use 1 1/4-inch chrome-moly tubing and beefier tie-rod ends to replace the 7/8-inch-diameter stock pieces. The stock rods hold up fine with 31s, but add a front locker and some 35s, and a driver can wreck stock steering faster than you can say, “Hello, parts department?”