Toyota Billet High Steer Arms
Sky's has been building Toyota high steer arms since the late 90's. Many variations have existed, and this is the final stage!
CNC Machined from billet 4340 chrome moly stock, Toyota steering arms for over the spring steering.
Use's factory studs and conical washers, tapered for Toyota rod ends, commonly used are 23mm FJ-80 ends, see below for more info. These will allow crossover steering, placing the tie rod above the leaf springs, and using an IFS steering box on pre-86 style solid axle Toyota trucks and Four Runners. They will also be needed for Solid Axle Conversions on 86 newer style IFS trucks.
Feature conical tapers with a near mirror polished finish. This allows them to hold torque over other cast and poorly machined arms.
Designed for a medium rate " Akerman Angle".
Shortened tie rod/ drag link to king pin distance, increasing turning radius, eliminating tie rod to drag link interference, and allowing springs with more arch.
King pin to drag link is 6.5" while tie rod is 4.5"