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    FS:jk synergy tie rod clamp

    Decided to go another way with clamps ..
    I am selling a new and un-used synergy tie rod clamp for $50 shipped. This will save you about $10-15 that most retailers charge for shipping
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    Interested in this. Is this for the stock tie rod diameter or their larger model?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    Interested in this. Is this for the stock tie rod diameter or their larger model?
    I believe this fits stock or larger tie rods as the bolt makes up for any additional slack that there may be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldomi809 View Post
    I believe this fits stock or larger tie rods as the bolt makes up for any additional slack that there may be
    Synergy makes two different sizes. If it's the larger one I would be interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggy View Post
    Synergy makes two different sizes. If it's the larger one I would be interested.

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    I am not sure but i think the sticker says the part number is syn-8003 . I'll double check this afternoon after work

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    8003 is for stock and 8003-10 is their larger one for a rock krawler rod. If its for stock let me know and if it's the other it sounds like you have another person interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    8003 is for stock and 8003-10 is their larger one for a rock krawler rod. If its for stock let me know and if it's the other it sounds like you have another person interested.
    I just double checked the information of when i ordered it and its for the stock and aftermaket (normal size not the larger model)
    " Designed to mount the factory and aftermarket style steering stabilizers on the factory JK tie rod (1.375" OD tubing)."

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    Any interest?!

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