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Old 02-15-2014, 07:03 PM   #1
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Question Pitman arm question

I have a 2005 LJ and with 5.5 lift on 35's , I'm installing a currie currectlync up grade . the question is should I use the stock pitman arm or a drop pitman arm ?

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The Currie setup specifies not to use a drop I believe

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DO NOT USE A DROP PA with that setup,it is designed to fit with stock drop !!
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The Currie steering kit doesn’t affect that decision, it works with either. But use a dropped Pitman arm only if you're also installing an aftermarket dropped trackbar mount for the driver's side.. which is seldom a good idea.
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I'm ordering my currie currectlync Tuesday , that why I was wondering what do they recommend on the pitman arm.

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The Currie steering kit doesn’t affect that decision, it works with either. Use a dropped Pitman arm only if you're also installing an aftermarket dropped trackbar mount for the driver's side.. which is seldom a good idea.
what is a good adjustable front track bar to use with the currie set up, without using a drop track bar mount ?
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Might as well stick with Currie if your pockets aren't empty yet..

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