Axleboy Remanufacturing stocks rebuilt TUG MA steering axles and parts. We can refurbish your axles. Worn king pin eyes, bored and machined, for a lasting repair procedure.
One way to handle steering bind on a YJ with a spring over axle lift is to use the Teraflex high steer knuckle conversion. With worn ball joings and tie rod ends, we decided now was the time for some upgrades to our 1995 Wrangler. We installed the Teraflex High Steer Knuckle with new ball joints and a modified Rugged Ridge DOM drag link and rod ends. The drag link is raised over the springs and provideds plently of clearance. The Knuckle is very similiar in design to the later model WJ Grand Cherokee Knuckle, but re uses the stockd drivers side knuckle, brakes, and hub bearings.
Steve made some modifications to our front axle fixture to make it easily convertible for both Brierton and Rockwell front steering axles used in Tug Technologies TUG-MA series tractors.
This Jeep Wrangler JK gets a Dynatrac Pro Rock 44 with Pro Steer Ball joints, 5.13's, Eaton Elocker, some skids, some controls arms and more. The Pro Rock 44 looks like we may finally have a decent upgrade available for the JK wrangler. The option to reuse you old knuckles, breaking system and wheels helps to keep the cost down. Using a Rubicon Locker allws the use of beefier shafts and larger ujoints. We highly recommend the pro steer ball joints, since unfortunately at this time the ball joints remain the same.
Bobby Long sent out the 30 spline front shaft kit and Brian got the Marlin steering drag link installed onto the Toyota Crawler. The Marlin skidplates and shifter also arrived right on schedule.
Brian modifies the front bumper to hold the Warn 9.5ti thermometric winch, removes the old transfer case and prepares the Marlin case and new crossmember/skidplate for install.