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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Thank you.Yeah they are pretty dang bright. Gonna add a chase light next.

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    The lights looks great, love the rear facing set. Which Chase light are you going with?

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    Aight need advise. I bent my factory tie rod what should I buy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Aight need advise. I bent my factory tie rod what should I buy?

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    Synergy is a great product and have not bent mine yet and I have bent my share of tie rods.


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    My fusion 4x4 has taken a number of hard hits getting up and over ledges. It’s still perfectly straight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NecessaryEvil View Post
    Synergy is a great product and have not bent mine yet and I have bent my share of tie rods.


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    That was my first option and im looking into Exdous as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    My fusion 4x4 has taken a number of hard hits getting up and over ledges. It’s still perfectly straight.


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    I will go give them a look, thanks for putting them on my radar.

    Even though I have the EVO drag link flip and it is fine should I just upgrade that as well?

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    Lights look great! Clean


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lojo View Post
    Lights look great! Clean


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    Thanks man. Now just gotta replace the tierod and pick up a ARB twin air compressor.

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    Added some Synergy components thanks to Exdous Jeeps. Bent the stock one on Pinyon Mountian a few weeks ago. Should I level the stabilizer more?

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    Last edited by MericaMade; 12-14-2019 at 01:50 AM.

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    Added some JL hood latches, EVO inner fenders, and made a change to the rear shelf so I can lift it to access my gear. I used stock hood latches in the back to lock the shelf down. I still need to get a small lift support shock to hold it open but its working perfect now.
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    That shelf looks good. I’d be interested to see more of it.


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