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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    I seem to recall that, when I looked into it a few years ago, OX made a 30 spline locker for the front Rubicon housing. I haven’t checked recently though ....
    Thanks, I wasn't sure of the options out there. I just remember ARB's could not be used as they required the 35 spline shafts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Thanks, I wasn't sure of the options out there. I just remember ARB's could not be used as they required the 35 spline shafts.

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    As it happens, just saw this recently.

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    Install complete .. ball joints are tight and causing steering to be slightly delayed ... hope will loosen up soon


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    Nice. I did the pro-steers today. The jeep definitely is tighter handling. I thought the steering was feeling funny and binding, but then I realized I was in 4x4 in order to hold the axle still while working on it. Put into 2x4 and back to normal! With hydro steering I can't feel any difference in effort.

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    Nice . I assume hydro steering isn’t necessary for 35s? I drove about 100 miles today and steering already feels more solid . Hope it will be back to standard soon


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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Nice . I assume hydro steering isn’t necessary for 35s? I drove about 100 miles today and steering already feels more solid . Hope it will be back to standard soon


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    You don’t need hydro assist for 35s.

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    My Prosteers felt tight at first too, they will loosen up.

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