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04-19-2009 12:49 AM
rrich Not sure, bit I think you have to use both the tie rod and the drag link together, since the Drag link attaches different than stock.
You could call them and ask, or try it.
04-18-2009 11:13 PM
Currie steering setup

I was able to keep my currie setup from my last jeep, only thing is some one told me they only will fit if the jeep is lifted, is this true? I only really want the tie rod cause i tend bend them real easy and the jeep is really short being stock. But if the drag link will be able to go on also that would be cool too.

So, will they work fine on a stock rubi suspension?

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