The Slee Off-Road Hi-Steer arms were developed as a reliable steering solution for swapping 80 series front axles into rock buggies, or building custom suspension and steering setups on dedicated trail vehicles. This is not intended as a steering upgrade for street driven vehicles.
The arms are machined from billet 1018 CRS. The arms replace the top trunion bearing cap, and mount using Toyota studs and cone washers. A threaded bung, made from 1045 CRS, is welded into the original ABS hole allowing for a third mounting location.
Double shear steering is obtained by using the lower left side steering arm from a right hand drive axle. Steering arms are machined to accept safety washers and drilled for 5/8” rod ends. The stock steering arm front tapered holes need to be drilled to 5/8". Grade 8 5/8” bolts are used to link the upper and lower steering arms with rod ends and spacers between arms (not supplied with arms).