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    Quote Originally Posted by dustinfromohio View Post
    Im running a 3” lift on 32’s. Just installed the Currie correctlync and so far I love it. Extremely beefy and really tightened up my steering even without the stabilizer installed. The kit does recommend not using a drop pitman arm.
    We’ll see what Santa brings or the tax man. Def going with the Currie. I just installed the cure and am waiting on brown Santa to deliver a OMEsd40 stabilizer. Hopefully that mellows my bump steer a bit till I get the Currie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertdog View Post
    We’ll see what Santa brings or the tax man. Def going with the Currie. I just installed the cure and am waiting on brown Santa to deliver a OMEsd40 stabilizer. Hopefully that mellows my bump steer a bit till I get the Currie.


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    After installing ‘the cure’ and the old man emu stabilizer it drives really nice. Minimal bump steer. I will still upgrade to the correctlink soon.
    Thank you all for your input IMG_4511.jpgIMG_4587.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertdog View Post
    After installing ‘the cure’ and the old man emu stabilizer it drives really nice. Minimal bump steer. I will still upgrade to the correctlink soon.
    Thank you all for your input IMG_4511.jpgIMG_4587.jpg


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    I tore out my stock steering setup and replaced it with a ZJ conversion. Basically just means all around thicker and heavier duty components. That along with a properly adjusted and mounted track bar cured by extreme death wobble.

    But I am still interested in learning about the crossover steering or the over knuckle steering.


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