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    VIDEO : A FAR BETTER TRACK BAR - Synergy Adjustable Front Track Bar INSTALLATION

    Installing an aftermarket adjustable front track bar is a great way to help re-center your axle after installing a 2”-3” lift and while there are a lot out options out there to choose from, I might recommend that you get the one made by Synergy. In addition to being made out of 1.50”, 0.25” wall DOM, it also comes with their signature, double adjuster sleeve and that means you won’t have to remove it to make fine tune adjustments. And, because it utilizes a pinch bolt to hold everything in places, you won’t have to fight with a jam nut that can be near impossible to keep tight. Of course, what makes this track bar really nice is that it comes with their awesome new Dual Durometer Bushings. In addition to being 100% maintenance free, the Dual Durometer Bushings are designed with 2 different durometers, a soft outer that offers cushioning and flex and a hard inner lining that acts as a bearing surface. Installing this track bar is super easy, can be done in under an hour using a just few basic tools and this video will show you how.



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    I'll keep this in mind if I have any issues. Seems like a well designed product.
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    Definitely well designed item and on vehicle adjustment option is awesome


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I'll keep this in mind if I have any issues. Seems like a well designed product.
    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Definitely well designed item and on vehicle adjustment option is awesome
    It really is a well designed track bar. I really love how they not only use dual durometer bushings but also incorporate their double adjuster into it. Sure makes adjustments easy but maybe more importantly, makes it so you don't have to jerk around with jam nuts that never stay in place.

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    Are these bushings similar to the new Rancho bushings? Or is synergy making these custom for themselves?


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Are these bushings similar to the new Rancho bushings? Or is synergy making these custom for themselves?


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    They're the same or at least, so far as I can tell. I really like them a lot too. Kind of like what Metalcloak was trying to do with their bushings only better. They're more like what the Johnny Joint should have been updated to. Granted, time will tell how well they'll do long term but so far, these are the direction of the future or at least, in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    They're the same or at least, so far as I can tell. I really like them a lot too. Kind of like what Metalcloak was trying to do with their bushings only better. They're more like what the Johnny Joint should have been updated to. Granted, time will tell how well they'll do long term but so far, these are the direction of the future or at least, in my opinion.
    Good to know. Are they putting these in their long arms too? For JL and JK?


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Good to know. Are they putting these in their long arms too? For JL and JK?


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    Not sure about the JK as they've already been designed to use Johnny Joints but I do know that all their JL and JT suspension is being designed and or already made with the DDBs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Not sure about the JK as they've already been designed to use Johnny Joints but I do know that all their JL and JT suspension is being designed and or already made with the DDBs.
    Good to know. Planning for the two door.... lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Good to know. Planning for the two door.... lol


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    LOL - after seeing the way Dave hammers on his rigs, I wouldn’t hesitate to run their suspension system.


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