Tie Rod and Drag Link Questions....

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Hi all,

I’m thinking about splurging on a new Synergy tie rod and drag link for my Rubicon. Besides the parts themselves, are there any other parts I should also consider purchasing? Brackets, stabilizer clamps, etc.

I have a RK 3.5” X-Factor short arm lift kit on 37” KO2s. I have a King steering stabilizer bolted into the OEM stabilizer’s location with no after market equipment.
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Are you having steering issues or bent them already? I ran a synergy draglink flipped to the top of the knuckle on my jku with 3.5" rk springs but I've got no experience if a jl would benefit from. Honestly unless your havings issues I'd leave well enough alone.
 

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Hi all,

I’m thinking about splurging on a new Synergy tie rod and drag link for my Rubicon. Besides the parts themselves, are there any other parts I should also consider purchasing? Brackets, stabilizer clamps, etc.

I have a RK 3.5” X-Factor short arm lift kit on 37” KO2s. I have a King steering stabilizer bolted into the OEM stabilizer’s location with no after market equipment.
What did you decide to do here?
 
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