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Thread: VIDEO - JL JOURNAL : SYNERGY Heavy Duty Tie Rod / Drag Link / Stabilizer Relocation

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    Helpful Video! Nice Work.

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    Love the Ninja style moves just opening the boxes. Learn a lot watching your videos.Thanks

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    Per usual Im way late but this video was awesome . Gonna do my tie rod sometime soon and this made me feel way more comfortable about the install . Thanks Eddie and Cindy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stotch View Post
    Awesome!! Those ought to be tough as hell!
    Well, after a week of wheeling in Moab, they're still holding up great! A nice improvement over stock for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by blacker1 View Post
    Very nice! They manufacture a great product and their tech support is awesome. I have these on my JK and they are quite stout!
    If you can believe it, these are even beefier than the ones they make for the JK and as you've pointed out, they are quite stout.

    Quote Originally Posted by pop2tu View Post
    I think this might be the first time, I have seen you not have the right tool for the job. Great video, thank you for taking the time to go through step by step.
    LOL - to be totally honest, I was a bit surprised as well

    Quote Originally Posted by DMF View Post
    You're install videos are the best! I'm going to need to check the slit on my adjustment sleeves now to make sure I have it right. Also I love my Synergy steering components with Plush Ride springs and Rancho adjustable shocks, my Jeep feel so smooth at 75+
    I should note that it's not critical to have them lined up, just ideal. I talked to Synergy about this and they said proper toe and steering centering needs to take precedence.

    Quote Originally Posted by tjgoff View Post
    Hows the wobble now? Completely gone?
    As a matter of fact, yes

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisswank View Post
    The parts look nice and strong!

    Hows the wobble now? Did they help?

    Cheers!
    This helped to tighten up everything.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Great video That trip to HD for a 22mm definitely needed a shopping cart
    Well yeah - doesn't everyone use a cart just for one thing?

    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Another good video!

    Side note, the fact that you get the tightening of the lug nuts to mesh with the music in the background are the things that separate you guys from others. Nice work!
    Glad to hear subtle things like that don't go unnoticed by guys like you

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Blame Harris for the missing 22mm. Im sure he still has it from JLX all joking aside, its so awesome you take time to explain in detail each step and why. Nobody does it better!
    LOL - It's funny because I was sure I had one in my trail bag if nothing else. I must have lost it on the JLX
    We really do appreciate the kind words about our videos

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Helpful Video! Nice Work.
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post
    Love the Ninja style moves just opening the boxes. Learn a lot watching your videos.Thanks
    Glad you enjoyed the silly little things we like to do with our videos

    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Per usual Im way late but this video was awesome . Gonna do my tie rod sometime soon and this made me feel way more comfortable about the install . Thanks Eddie and Cindy
    Awesome, so glad to hear it

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    Very informative!!! Have a couple friends with new JL's so this will be great information to pass along!

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    Another informative video...thank you. Synergy makes quality products, Ive got several of their tie rods & drag links on a couple jeeps...

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    That was a really good video! Thank you for showing us step by step, it really is helpful watching you install them. Those look really stout.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rumblebee3 View Post
    Very informative!!! Have a couple friends with new JL's so this will be great information to pass along!
    Awesome, glad we could be of help

    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Another informative video...thank you. Synergy makes quality products, Ive got several of their tie rods & drag links on a couple jeeps...
    You bet. Like you said, they make good stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    That was a really good video! Thank you for showing us step by step, it really is helpful watching you install them. Those look really stout.
    I'm so glad to know that we can help others help themselves with our videos. Even if they don't buy the products we chose to install, the steps and process is still about the same

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