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Old 05-18-2015, 08:40 PM
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drag link help

So My drag link at the knuckle doesn't look so hot, movement up and down, so I need to replace it. The drag link end at the pitman arm looks good. My questions are: 1. How long can it wait, 2. Should I cheap out and just get the inner drag link for ~ $60, the whole thing for about $110, or an aftermarket at $200+. 3. If aftermarket, why and which ones are the best (warranty, experience, etc). From viewing them online, they all pretty much look the same. I have a 2009 4 door with a 2.5 Rock Krawler lift. It is my DD/WW. Thank you all your opinions are very helpful.

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I went ahead and got the synergy draglink so I can run a high steer kit later on

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And it comes with gm 1 ton tie rod ends
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And it comes with gm 1 ton tie rod ends
They no longer use the gm 1 ton ends due to fitment and strength issues. They now use their own tie rod ends. They are even beefier being metal on metal. The taper fits much nicer as well
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Old 05-19-2015, 11:40 AM
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How hearty is the stock drag link? I do not plan to go any higher on lift or do a steer kit. I have read about the MOOG part # ES3624, would this whole drag link work (not just the end, but if I bought the whole drag link)

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