Toyota IFS Steering Box Pitman Arm Flat and Dropped
Solid one piece design. Features FJ80 tapered hole. One piece, forged design. Extra strong, wide design. Ideal for use with crossover steering. Flat arm, no drop.
These are usually used in buggies, or Suzuki Samurai's on FJ60 Steering Box's. Most people when doing standard high steer on a Toyota use the "stock drop" pitman arm.
Fits Toyota 4wd Steering Box's
Solid one piece design, which makes this pitman arm incredibly strong! Features FJ80 tapered hole. One piece, forged design. Extra beefy, wide design close to tie rod end hole. Ideal for use with crossover steering. Same drop as factory pitman arm. Why would you need this? IFS Steering box's have a tie rod incorporated into the pitman arm. In order to replace the tie rod end, you have to replace the pitman arm. For ultimate strength and longevity, high steer systems use an FJ80 tie rod end in the drag link, and have a tapered hole for the FJ80 end to go into such as in this pitman arm. We choose to do it this way rather than have an adapter to go to the factory pitman arm because most likely if you are using a used steering box, the pitman arm is worn out.