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Old 07-31-2007, 09:54 PM   #1
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PSC Steering Review

Since the YJ is now street legal, I want to feel personally safe when I do occassionally drive it on the street. The steering box felt a little loose internally. I tried to make some adjustments, but it didn't help much, so I called Kelvin at PSC Motorsports.

Kelvin asked me about current and planned tire size and suggested the big bore (or big piston...something like that) gear box. He assured me it would work fine with the rest of my stock steering components and 36" tires. I opted for the already-tapped box for a future ram assist upgrade (which will also require a new pump, reservoir, and cooler). I was out the door (they're in Azle, TX, which ain't all that far from me) for under $400.

Street steering and road feel was vastly improved, but that's not why I decided to write this review. OFFROAD SITTING STILL TURNING EFFORT AT THE STEERING WHEEL WAS DRAMATICALLY REDUCED. Night and day difference. Best money spent on the YJ since the IROKs last summer. You can bet I'll be going back to PSC for the rest of the upgrade parts when the HP Dana 60 and bigger meats go under the YJ.

Oh, and I'm also running a PSC box on the Dodge too. I've had it for a few months now. Made a huge improvement in steering; way less effort at the steering wheel.

Double the cost of a rebuilt box from your local auto parts, but worth every penny. And no worries about a core (if you buy mail order): everything is sold outright, no exchange.
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Old 07-31-2007, 10:39 PM   #2
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Glad to hear their stuff is working well for you

However, I wouldn't have suspected otherwise. Their parts are the highest quality steering components (and some other misc stuff too) available for the offroading crowd, IMO. I went by their shop when it was new, and they had tons of room... Now they need to expand as their show room is pouring over with parts and supplies.

I wonder how many failures they have per units sold...?

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