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07-07-2013 09:34 PM
Big Cole I run the savvy version of the Currie HD steering and have no complaints. Its a solid set up that doubt will fail.
07-07-2013 09:00 PM
currie vs teraflex

im putting 35's on my jeep and the steering is going to have to be upgraded so im stuck between 2 choices

assuming the 150$ difference is not a big deal im torn between the reputation of the currie HD, and the teraflex high steer dana 30 kit...

the thing i worry about with the teraflex is the strength of the drag link mount on the knuckle and if that breaks its going to be a $400 and long wait to repair. however a its the only high steer kit that i know of and i would really like the high steer option.

i kinda wish reid made a high steer knuckle for the dana 30 but all they have is for the jk, and d44 (that i know of)

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