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Thread: Synergy tie rod end.

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    Use the adapter. I used a straight bit. Butter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
    You guys are using the tapered adaptor for this, correct?


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    Yes. I used 7/8th bit and the tapered sleeve.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Yes. I used 7/8th bit and the tapered sleeve.


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    Ok good. The 7/8" bit was a tad small for mine also.


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    Nothing but a Thing Mybadjk's Avatar
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    I may just go and get a 15/16 and check the tie rod holes as well


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    Check your tapered adapter. Mine did not have the cut that allows it to expand properly. I fought it for a while before realizing the problem. 7/8 was a bit small too if I remember correct.IMG_0346.JPG


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    Check that they sent the right tapered adapter also. The company I bought mine off sent a teraflex adapter for a synergy TRE. It had no hope of working.


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    the adapter should fit snug, you should be able to push it in by hand.

    if you have to force the taper in, the hole is not big enough and will not allow the taper to expand for the TRE stud properly

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    Nothing but a Thing Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausjeep113 View Post
    Check that they sent the right tapered adapter also. The company I bought mine off sent a teraflex adapter for a synergy TRE. It had no hope of working.


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    I will have to check the invoice. Pretty sure it was. I checked it. Going to go buy a 15/16 buy and double check


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    The TF one is knurled so pretty easy to tell them apart. Good luck and let us know how you go


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal01 View Post
    I had to buy new knuckles after drilling too large. I have the same TR. Wish I would have gone with the JKS DLF since they include a step bit. I helped a friend do his and it was 100x easier than the Synergy way.
    What the hell is so hard about drilling a straight hole?

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    Use the adapter. I used a straight bit. Butter.
    Worked great for me too!

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