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Old 11-25-2015, 04:40 PM
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drag link flip kit needed for 37s?

whatsupp everyone, happy holidays.

I'm going with 37s soon, nitto trail grapes and atx slabs.

im gonna be doing
4 in evo plush ride coils/fox shocks/stabilizer
rk mid arms
rk rear tb bracket
front rk trackbar
4.88

and then the question is: is the synergy/rock crawler drag link flip kit necessary for a good drive? what would the steering be like if i just had the track bar without the whole drag link flip kit?

majority of people tell me drag link flip kit/trackbar makes a night and day difference vs. just the track bar.

thanks in advance

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It's got more to do with height and geometry then tire size.
At that height I recommend doing a drag link flip.

Did you see the NEW Steer Smarts "no drill" top mount drag link and tie rod ?
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dude idk but i feel tie rod isn't needed in my case.
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dude idk but i feel tie rod isn't needed in my case.
Until you bend it
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dude idk but i feel tie rod isn't needed in my case.
Thats why i gave you the link for DL only lol

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