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Old 04-02-2013, 11:40 PM   #31

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So I have been out of town for a little while (without the Jeep) and drove it today while running errands. The Jeep no longer wobbles and it tracks straight as an arrow. I do believe my wobble is gone for good for another 6 years till the end links wear out again.

To anyone who needs to Refurb their Currie Curectlync (i know that is spelled wrong) you need to buy:
- LH Tie Rod End Link ($59.99)
- RH Tie Rod End Link ($59.99)
- Drag Link End Link ($59.99)
- The Drag Link Assembly ($120.00)

Its a pretty straight forward install (just make sure you take measurements before pulling everything), i did the alignment myself and it tracks straight.

Thanks to everyone who helped and I hope I helped someone who is trying to find the answer to their wobble experience.

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Old 04-03-2013, 06:10 AM   #32

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Glad you got it fixed!!

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