Pitman & Steering Arms

Ford Bronco Sport Pitman & Steering Arms

Together, the Pitman and steering arms work in conjunction with other components of the steering system, such as tie rods, ball joints, and the steering box, to provide the driver with precise control over the direction of the vehicle. Properly functioning Pitman and steering arms are essential for safe and reliable vehicle handling

However, when you extensively start modifying your Bronco Sport, you will eventually have to consider modifying the Pitman and the steering arms as well. Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place as we offer some of the best, industry-leading, heavy-duty Pitman and steering arm components available for the new Bronco Sport! Order Yours Today!

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Is it Safe to Modify Ford Bronco Sport Pitman & Steering Arms?

Modifying the Pitman and the steering arms on your Bronco Sport is safe if done correctly  using the proper tools, and high-quality tested, and reliable components. Always go for strong materials that have been tested to endure your existing setups and are capable of lasting a really long time.

What to Look Out for When Modifying Your Pitman and Steering Arms?

Professional Installation 

Modifications should only be performed by a professional with experience in steering system design and fabrication. Improperly installed or poorly designed modifications can cause serious handling issues and compromise the safety of your vehicle and can lead to accidents really easily. 

Professional Testing 

After modifying Pitman and steering arms, have a professional test the steering system to ensure that it operates safely and effectively. Any handling issues should be addressed before driving the vehicle. This needs to be done by someone with extensive experience working on steering systems, preferably the same person who carried out the mods in the first place.

Superior Quality and Precision

Choose high-quality materials and components for any modifications. Inferior materials can lead to failure or unexpected behavior of the steering system. As such, going for steel, high-grade aluminum, or even cast iron is a good idea. 

Durability and Longevity 

Some aftermarket parts makers aren’t able to test their components as much and as thoroughly as some automakers do which is why you should only go for those that are known to be dependable and can last a really long time without failing.