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Old 02-29-2016, 10:07 PM
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YETI for Reid Knuckles?

Does anyone have this setup? Please post feedback and pictures.

YETI JK Heavy Duty Top Mount Steering Linkage with standard tapered st | Steer Smarts

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Yep, theres a few. You just have to choose the stock taper flipped drag link. Ron (Compliant) loves that setup... At least it seems haha

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i think if you go off roading Reid's are a good way to go.
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Is this a Synergy track bar bracket? It looks like the Fox ATS Stabilizer is a popular choice for this set up as well.

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Is this a Synergy track bar bracket? It looks like the Fox ATS Stabilizer is a popular choice for this set up as well.

This picture was sent to me from a YETI customer. Reid gives you an additional road clearance of about 1.5 inches. Nice
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Is this a Synergy track bar bracket? It looks like the Fox ATS Stabilizer is a popular choice for this set up as well.
Yes it is .. You would by the Synergy bracket and driver side swaybar tab (to raise the swaybar links)

And yes, the Fox ATS Is a favorite among Yeti owners. Just beware its pricey and you would be ok running a regular SS.
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Yes it is .. You would by the Synergy bracket and driver side swaybar tab (to raise the swaybar links)

And yes, the Fox ATS Is a favorite among Yeti owners. Just beware its pricey and you would be ok running a regular SS.
Thank you for the feedback. What do you mean by being ok running a regular SS?
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Thank you for the feedback. What do you mean by being ok running a regular SS?
Stock or HD stabilizer. Or even Hydro assist.
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Stock or HD stabilizer. Or even Hydro assist.
The YETI linkage is good for the Hydro-assist because of the no flop tie rod feature.

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