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    ProRock 44/ PSC steering question

    Ordering today. What length ram is needed for the PR44? The PSC kit listed for aftermarket axles (SK266) lists a 8" ram. The kit for factory axles (SK261) lists a 6.75" ram. My Dana 30 steering travel measures about 7.3"


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    Just the standard length ram.

    8" ram is for full width axles. PR44 is no wider than your d30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    Just the standard length ram.

    8" ram is for full width axles. PR44 is no wider than your d30.
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    Good topic. I also have a question on this. I have a PR44 with the PR44 PSC kit right now. I'll be getting a PR60 front axle very soon...the PR60 comes with their own ram assist mounting system. I'm assuming I can reuse my current PSC with their mounting system with no issues?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_JK_Houston_711 View Post
    Good topic. I also have a question on this. I have a PR44 with the PR44 PSC kit right now. I'll be getting a PR60 front axle very soon...the PR60 comes with their own ram assist mounting system. I'm assuming I can reuse my current PSC with their mounting system with no issues?
    Not necessarily. In the past, you would have needed to replace what you have and install an 8" ram. I don't know for sure how their new setup works with the built in mount but I would check with Dynatrac to verify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Not necessarily. In the past, you would have needed to replace what you have and install an 8" ram. I don't know for sure how their new setup works with the built in mount but I would check with Dynatrac to verify.
    Thanks. I'll reach out to Dynatrac and get their thoughts. My fingers are crossed I can reuse what I currently got...
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    Good topic. I will be piecing together a kit soon myself and was wondering about ram length. Guess I will be grabbing the 6.75 ram
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    I just installed a 6.75 ram on my pr44. I have the steering stops In the stock depth and the RAM seems to just tap them lock to lock on each side. Pr44 has a synergy weld on trackbar mount and all synergy steering grear with a psc kit.
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    Thanks for the info everyone. looks like I'm ordering the 6.75 then


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    Just talked to dynatrac. For any PR44 owners with PSC hydro or soon to be hydro owners...if you ever upgrade to a PR60, it will REQUIRE you to have the 8" ram. Fortunately, PSC sells just the ram portion so you don't have to buy a brand new kit. Just an FYI if anything...

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