The Currie Currectlync heavy duty tie rod and drag link system features, a 1 inch diameter forged alloy drag link, and 1inch solid alloy steel tie rod bar that is bored and threaded on the ends. All 7/8 inch thread tie rod ends with boots are included as well as the Currie heavy duty steering stabilizer bracket. This unit is a direct replacement for the stock parts. No modifications or machining to any part of the vehicle is necessary. This unit is rated at 200% stronger than the stock components.
This is the most well built piece I think I've installed on my jeep.after instalation I couldn't believe how tight the steering felt. this is one solid pc I don't think you could bend or break this even if you tried too .
A little expensive but you get what you pay for! This is a very heavy duty quality product and it easily bolted right in place, no problems. Any serious TJ owner needs to upgrade to this set-up. You will not be disappointed.
Impressed with the massive size of the heavy duty steering kit. Solid TRE's but will need to order them because you cant get these at the local parts store.
Does this tie rod system come with the stabilizer bracket shown in the picture? I have a '95 Cherokee with a 4-1/2" RC short arm lift. Just recently installed the adjustable upper control arms, the drop pitman arm, and the heavy duty track bar.
Asked by LishaMarie from PA on
Hey LishaMarie, the Currie Currectlync Heavy-Duty Tie Rod System would come with the bracket shown. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from PA on
I have a 2003 Wrangler with 4" of lift that came with a drop pitman arm. Will I need to convert back to the factory pitman arm or will this work with the drop pitman arm?
Asked by Mariner from Maine on
Hey Mariner, the Currie Currectlync Heavy-Duty Tie Rod System will work with your drop pitman arm. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Maine on
Do I need to get the Currectlync Oversized Steering Stabilizer Bracket to go with the Tie Rod System?
Asked by rvlad from Colorado on
Rvlad, the Currie Currectlync Heavy-Duty Tie Rod System will need the bracket to mount the stabilizer on. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Colorado on
Since 1959, Corona, California-based Currie Enterprises has been currying favor with Jeep enthusiasts by manufacturing suspension systems and accessories, driveline parts and steering components that withstand grueling off-road conditions. With the rise in interest in off-roading in the 1970s, the company focused its attention on trucks and Jeeps, specifically rearends. Replacing worn out or damaged suspension parts like leaf spring bushings goes a long way toward improving off-road performance and Currie's specialty products exceed expectations. Addressing the needs of a variety of Jeep models, Currie is the right choice when you want to lift your Jeep, upgrade the steering or take the guesswork out of making a safe mounting. Shop Currie Now