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Eskimo

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They're still the cheapest for DE rams, that's for sure.

Gonna be hard to beat ~$100 shipped unless you find some smokin deal on ebay..
 
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That seems pretty cheap In considering hoe much the psc set up is. How do you figure the size ram you would need?
 

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length of the throw is identified by turning the wheel all the way to one side, mark the tie rod at a specific place (like directly above the leaf spring) and then turning the tires all the way to the other side and making a mark on the TR. The length between those two marks is the actual throw that you need for hydro assist.

Size, if you don't mind a slightly slower turning rate at a stop sign, then the 2" works well. If you don't want to feel the assist at all, and can deal with slightly less assist, then a 1.5" ram is the choice.
 
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Just to make sure Im reading it right, the link posted would be for hydraulic assist, correct? Dual acting meaning it uses pressure to extend and retract, right?
 

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yes but you could use it for full hydro too.
 

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