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    Holy shit! I might just have to sell my synergy tie rod with the new rod ends I'm getting and upgrade to this!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    That's news to me. I didn't have to drill my knuckles.



    Not sure what you're referring to. Sorry.
    I think he is talking about drilling out the passenger side knuckle drag link mounting hole to accommodate the sleeve needed for the RK drag link flip kit.


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    Glad you posted this in the recap thread. I had totally missed it.

    So I was under the impression from seeing elsewhere that there is a HD version and then this version? So you are saying that Currie only has this one and it is this HD lync at $359.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattAlpha View Post
    I think he is talking about drilling out the passenger side knuckle drag link mounting hole to accommodate the sleeve needed for the RK drag link flip kit.


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    Got it. I thought he was referring to the tie-rod. Drilling out the knuckle for the drag link is not that big of a deal or at least not to me. This is standard fair for most drag link flips.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Glad you posted this in the recap thread. I had totally missed it.

    So I was under the impression from seeing elsewhere that there is a HD version and then this version? So you are saying that Currie only has this one and it is this HD lync at $359.

    I may get sick of my frowning TR a little sooner.
    If there are two different versions, it's news to me. I'm just reporting what I saw - Currie Currectlync JK HD replacement steering system Part # CE-9704

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Not sure what you're referring to. Sorry.
    I believe he is referring to this Currie tie rod -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    I believe he is referring to this Currie tie rod -
    Got it - that is the "extreme duty" tie rod and what was released at SEMA is the "heavy duty"


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Got it - that is the "extreme duty" tie rod and what was released at SEMA is the "heavy duty"


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    Thanks for the clarification


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    2016 SEMA : Currie Enterprises Currectlync Steering System

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    That's news to me. I didn't have to drill my knuckles.



    Not sure what you're referring to. Sorry.
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    This is the set up I have. Had to drill knuckles to 18mm for the bolt for the ends at knuckles. I am running there tie rod assy not the drag link. I have a flipped drag.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Got it - that is the "extreme duty" tie rod and what was released at SEMA is the "heavy duty"


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Thanks for the clarification


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    There may be other differences in the ends (I couldn't tell), but the Heavy Duty (9704) is 1 1/2 inch diameter rod and the Extreme Duty (9703) is 1 5/8 inch diameter rod. Both have a 2 year warranty.

    For 1/8", I can't see that being $350 better, but that's just me.

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    The price drop is great news. I might have to replace my stock tie rod sooner than later. Thanks for posting.


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