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Old 07-22-2011, 05:16 PM
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Hydraulic Steering Assit for the 2011

For those of you with bigger wheels and tires this is what you need! I tried all kinds of different stabilizers and this fixed all my steering issues with road walk, and a little bump steer. It makes the steering feel tight and firm, tracks great down the road! My past superduty's i never had as sensitive of steering as i have with my 2011. This kit from PSC motorsports is a one of a kind as of right now. My truck was the R and D truck and the kit is going to start being manufactured in the next couple weeks. I also have the Carli high mount stabilizer on my truck which helped over the stock unit but paired with the ram assist from PSC it feels awesome!
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Old 07-22-2011, 05:45 PM
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looks great man. I have a 6.0 with 133k miles. Would I mail in my gear box for them to tap everything and run lines or would I have to buy a new one and send it? In other words, would all new internals in the gear box make sense, or are they going to be replaced anyways with this kit?
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:03 PM
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I think on the 6.0 they have gear boxes ready to go you just have to send yours in as a core. Dont quote me on that. I had to have mine sent over and done at their shop but that was because it was the first 2011. If you call up there speak with Jeff Allen i have been best friends with him for over 10 years. His dad Tom Allen started AGR steering and then PSC motorsports. They have years of steering knowledge!
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awesome. thanks for the insight. How easy or hard to install? Did the kit come with the mounting brackets? I see that OUO has a bracket setup also.
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:21 PM
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Yes it comes with the brackets! Mounts just like any other stabilizer. I can promise you hands down the best customer service out! They are well know in the off road world!
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:33 PM
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Ok awesome. Thanks man I appreciate it.
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Looks good and good to hear it works
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Old 07-23-2011, 03:39 PM
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They have years of steering knowledge!
Sounds like they wouldn't STEER you Wrong!

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The install looks nice and Clean Me likey...

I'm going all in on this next truck,as i plan to keep it for quite a while I'm marking this as one of My Mods to look into!

I need to learn more about this assit Steering and just how it works with the Stock steering Sounds like it comes with an upgraded steering Box,so you have stronger gears? and extra or Tapped out fittings so the lines from the Steering assits ram works when you turn the stock steering? am i Close Knowledge is Power
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