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    Evo drag link flip kit and steering stabilizer

    Having an absolute brain fart! I want to replace my RC dual stabilizer with a single fox shock. The fox ss does not come with any hardware. If I purchase the synergy tie rod clamp, I mount the steering stabilizer to the synergy clamp on one end and the other end directly to my drag link flip kit correct? Thanks for all the help in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMEChambers View Post
    Having an absolute brain fart! I want to replace my RC dual stabilizer with a single fox shock. The fox ss does not come with any hardware. If I purchase the synergy tie rod clamp, I mount the steering stabilizer to the synergy clamp on one end and the other end directly to my drag link flip kit correct? Thanks for all the help in advance!
    Yes that is correct, i can snap some photos if you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMEChambers View Post
    Having an absolute brain fart! I want to replace my RC dual stabilizer with a single fox shock. The fox ss does not come with any hardware. If I purchase the synergy tie rod clamp, I mount the steering stabilizer to the synergy clamp on one end and the other end directly to my drag link flip kit correct? Thanks for all the help in advance!
    Yes the kit is supposed to allow for that. I already had the synergy relocation bracket so I have that bolted to the flip kit. Just an FYI though, not sure what size tires you have, but the Fox SS is very still. I had it and I have 33s and it was overkill and it aggravated my radial pull. I swapped it out for a teraflex one. When I unbolted the Fox one from the tie rod it actually extended on its own

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    just a heads up...you put this in the for sale section
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeraun View Post
    Yes the kit is supposed to allow for that. I already had the synergy relocation bracket so I have that bolted to the flip kit. Just an FYI though, not sure what size tires you have, but the Fox SS is very still. I had it and I have 33s and it was overkill and it aggravated my radial pull. I swapped it out for a teraflex one. When I unbolted the Fox one from the tie rod it actually extended on its own

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    Awesome thank you. So there is a bracket needed to bolt it to the flip kit itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    just a heads up...you put this in the for sale section
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    Awesome! Dumb@$$. This is what doubt nine million things at once equates too. Thanks for the quick responses y'all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10frank9 View Post
    Where's Overlander when you need him?
    You need him? Yikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpuck View Post
    You need him? Yikes!
    Don't judge me McPuck! Lol.

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