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02-08-2012 06:02 AM
I H8RDS Yep, that's the plan..it's the draglink and tie rod kit..I have a T100 tie rod now that's pretty badass; cuz God knows I've hit that sucker a few times but it's not compatible with Currie, so I'm going to be selling it...

02-07-2012 09:41 PM
MNTNGOAT just bring the link with you on the trip that way if it does crap out ull have a spare.
02-07-2012 09:14 PM
I H8RDS Was super nice of you to post up anyways I'll get er' done sooner or later...hopefully my stock draglink's got one more weekend in her...Calico bound-I'm usually leading the way and we run day and night..she's just got to make it until next weekend. I'll find someone. Thanks again though
02-07-2012 08:07 PM
MNTNGOAT if i had a garage i would offer it up to u. sorry
02-07-2012 06:35 PM
I H8RDS
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Originally Posted by MNTNGOAT View Post
ive put two of them in 2 diff jeeps its not 2 hard maybe an hour or so. if u dont run into problems(which is just if u cant get the ball joint out) im off work tomorrow but ur a lil to far for me being in the OC but i can walk ya thru it if u want pm me with u rnumber. its only 3 bolts.
Thanks, but I should have someone physically here. Everyone seems to be in the Valley and further. I don't think there's a whole lot of locals ...sucks!
02-07-2012 04:52 PM
MNTNGOAT ive put two of them in 2 diff jeeps its not 2 hard maybe an hour or so. if u dont run into problems(which is just if u cant get the ball joint out) im off work tomorrow but ur a lil to far for me being in the OC but i can walk ya thru it if u want pm me with u rnumber. its only 3 bolts.
02-07-2012 10:37 AM
I H8RDS
Currie Correctlync Steering Kit Install

Looking for someone who may want to Direct me on installing my Currie Correctlync Steering Kit. I have tools and desire to do it; just need someone to guide me. I drive a 2000 TJ and I live in Ventura at the beach. Looking for someone local. I'm going wheeling Friday straight from work..and for the weekend (Calico), so looking to get it done Wed or Thurs. My stock draglink is bent..I'll buy ya a 12 pack for your troubles.

Lorie

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