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Steinjager Crossover Steering Kit for 0-4 in. Lift - Black (97-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ)

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    Features & Details

    • Facilitates Precise Steering and Improved Handling
    • Reinforced Tie Rod and Drag Link Included
    • Built Using Heavy-Duty, 1.50-Inch x 0.25-Inch DOM Tubing
    • Black, Powder-Coated Finish
    • With 0.75-Inch Chrome Moly Rod Ends
    • Utilizes Grade 8 Hardware
    • Installation Requires Some Drilling
    • Limited 1-Year Warranty
    • Fits All 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ Models

    All-Terrain Stability. Off-roading will eventually lead to the deterioration of your stock steering components. Make the wise choice of upgrading your factory steering parts to this reliable Steinjager Black Crossover Steering Kit. This system keeps your balance on challenging terrains by improving your TJ’s steering and handling capabilities. It is also designed to work with or without the stock sway bar.

    Long-Term Durability. Steinjager crafted this Crossover Steering Kit from high-strength DOM tubing to hold up against the various impacts of rough off-roading. This assembly consists of a bent drag link and a tie rod built to handle high-stress applications without bending or breaking. These components are furnished with 0.75-inch chrome moly rod ends for superior anchoring support and optimum performance. Moreover, the black, powder- coated finish appealingly matches your Jeep’s aggressive off-road style, while providing additional protection from corrosion and chipping.

    Simple Installation With Drilling. This crossover steering system requires that the Pitman arm and spindles be drilled out to .625-inch. The drag link installs by attaching to the Pitman arm and to the passenger spindle, while the tie rod connects to the spindles on both sides. The installation process completes with moderate mechanical skills. Re-alignment is highly recommended after installation.

    One-Year Limited Warranty. Steinjager backs this Crossover Steering Kit with a limited warranty against factory defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase. Some exclusions may apply. Please see the terms and conditions for full details.

    Application. The Steinjager Black Crossover Steering Kit is intended for use on all 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ models that is lifted between 0-4 inches.

    Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details

    MPN# J0048525

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Drag Link Assembly
    • (1) Tie Rod Assembly
    • Installation Hardware
    Installation Info

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        After looking at customer pics i noticed at least one jeep appeared to be lifted more than 4" so will this steering kit work on my 5.5 lifted TJ and if not can you explain why. Thank you, John.

        • This is not compatible with lifts above 4" due to the geometry of the suspension beyond the 4" mark.

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        what kit do i need to order for the steering stabilizer to be installed on this...including mounting brackets and the stabilizer shock?

        I noticed in the customer pics that at least one of the jeeps appear to be lifted more than 4" so that being said will it work on my TJ with a 5.5" lift and if not can you explain why? Thank's, John

        So does this conversion do away with the need for the stabilizer?

        • This does not eliminate the need for a steering stabilizer.

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          Overall Rating 4.5

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          • Fit 4 4
          • Bang For Your Buck 4 4

          • 4/5

            September 03, 2019

            Heavy Duty

            Hey Guys! I like this product but it could use a spherical bearing with a grease fitting on it and a tie rod with a reverse thread end and one with a regular end. So it made the alignment part hard. BUT I like this part! I also used a steering stabilizer for a differ year jeep! Check out the photos! If you guys have any questions reach out to me on Instagram! Thanks a bunch!


            Year: 1997Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            June 23, 2019

            very happy

            wow this is a quality set it installed in about 2 hrs [would have been shorter with a sharp drill bit lol] heavy duty ends and hardware [grade 8] finish on the bars is holding up nicely after 2 desert trips...went with this set after 2 bent tie rods in 2 weeks...very happy


            Year: 1999Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            May 27, 2019

            Good steering but....

            Good steering setup but with a drop pitman arm due to my lift, needed to reverse the direction of the spacers on the pitman arm end of the drag link in order to keep drag link and tie rod from touching near the passenger wheel, also could use a bit heavier duty hiem joints, the ones included seem slightly anemic, for those that do this themselves like myself some printed instructions would be nice. Once we got the spacer thing figured out and made sure it was adjusted correctly performs great on the trail as well as the road, a pro tip we found out after death wobble, measure center to center of back of front tires and then measure c 2 c front center of front tires, front should be as close to 1/8" narrower as possible as the slight toe in is NECESSARY for correct steering geometry to avoid the dreaded death wobble, as long as tie rod and drag links are correct otherwise you should be golden. The other tip I would share is get an extra pitman arm like what is on there as the bolt hole where the drag link attaches will need to be drilled out to 5/8" (just in case you goof it up), also you will need to drill the steering knuckle bolt holes to 5/8" so make sure you get a HIGH QUALITY bit, I used a Milwaukee titanium one from home depot that worked okay(snagged a few times), spend the money for a cobalt bit made for hardened steel, should be smoother and easier. Lastly it doesn't hurt to plan a full day for the job if diy for any adjustments and a good shakedown run on the road and a trail you know. Actual labor took probably about 2 hrs to do as my pitman arm was changed out about 6 months ago but a pitman arm puller is NEEDED, also spray the pitman arm for several days at least once or twice a day to help free the pitman arm on the vehicle to swap drilled one in or drill the existing one. All that said good steering setup for the price would buy again if needed.


            Year: 2004Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            May 03, 2019

            Great quality

            This product is worth the money. It is very high quality metal that will should never break. Installing it you will need a 5/8 bridge reamer, not a drill step that has 5/8 in it because it will make the hole too big in some spots. One thing I do not like about this product is that it comes with no steering stabilizer brackets since there is no longer a hole in the drag link for it. If you purchase a bracket from here to install your steering stabilizer, the “U” clamps will not fit around the thick metal. So I had to go to Home Depot and buy a slightly bigger one.


            Year: 2006Submodel: Wrangler

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