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    Quote Originally Posted by JK_Dave View Post
    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.
    IMG_1478913982.000512.jpgIMG_1478913992.402090.jpg the extreme duty has rebuildable ball joint ends


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    I like that all tie rod and draglink ends are same so only need to carry one spare with you,looks like a winner to me and hd HD as HELL! Ive been looking for the right setup for a while and i believe i've just found it!


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    I see value in the DL if you have something like RAM assist. Just thinking otherwise I'd rather bend a DL than put extra strain on sector shaft. Maybe that doesn't make sense either?

    I'm really looking at the HD version when I get ready to start buying next few mods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    I see value in the DL if you have something like RAM assist. Just thinking otherwise I'd rather bend a DL than put extra strain on sector shaft. Maybe that doesn't make sense either?

    I'm really looking at the HD version when I get ready to start buying next few mods.
    My drag link is already bent so i just ordered the Currectlync modular extreme,will add psc hydro assist
    Steering system with extreme tie rod and flip kit,i don't like it when it breaks. Like wheeling more than fixing


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    Bumping this thread. Looking at upgrading my frowning TR.

    I keep having issues with my DL bushings. But I don't the new Currie drag link would work as I'm running the evo flipped DL. Is this correct?
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    2016 SEMA : Currie Enterprises Currectlync Steering System

    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Bumping this thread. Looking at upgrading my frowning TR.

    I keep having issues with my DL bushings. But I don't the new Currie drag link would work as I'm running the evo flipped DL. Is this correct?
    It would prob work if they sell a RHD drag link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    It would prob work if they sell a RHD drag link.
    Ha, good point.

    Still may just go the cheapo route and order another RHD stock replacement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Ha, good point.

    Still may just go the cheapo route and order another RHD stock replacement.
    That's what I would do. Tie rod wise tho I would hesitate with doing the Currie. If these new ends I have from synergy don't last I'm switching the whole tie rod out for the Currie
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    That's what I would do. Tie rod wise tho I would hesitate with doing the Currie. If these new ends I have from synergy don't last I'm switching the whole tie rod out for the Currie
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