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Heavy-Duty Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUG18050.82
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1997 to 2006 TJ Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • 1.25" OD SAE
    • .25" wall thickness
    • Complete kit

These Tie Rod Assemblies provide virtually 1-ton strength with factory tapered ends, so no modification is required. The tube is 1.25” OD SAE steel with .25” wall thickness. This is the perfect solution for preventing bent tie rod tubes from off roading with larger tires. Complete kits with dust shields, castle nuts, cotter pins, jamb nuts and zerk fittings.

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1.0

not safe

By Chris

from South East Virginia

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Pros

  • Adjustable
  • Easy To Install

Cons

  • No Improvement In Handling

Best Uses

    Comments about Rugged Ridge Heavy-Duty Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit:

    Tierod failed at connection to ball joint. Luckily I was in a parking lot and only manuvering to park.

    I also agree with the other reviewer in there is a lot of slop and the rolling "that is considered normal" is disturbing I am no engineer but I think the slop and rolling contributed to the failure.

    Mostly used on paved and mild forest roads. A few trips on the beach, never any extream wheeling.

     
    2.0

    not what I expected

    By Rick

    from upstate NY

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    Pros

    • Good for 31s

    Cons

    • 33s bend and parts wear
    • Twist and turn

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Small builds

    Comments about Rugged Ridge Heavy-Duty Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit:

    This was an o.k set up for 31s but 33s bend and twist it hard. 35s break the TRE on the road, for the same money you can get an over the knuckle 1 ton joint set up. Live and learn

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