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Old 07-25-2019, 12:09 PM
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Question Currie Steering and G2 Axle

My Currie Currectlync steering comes very close to hitting the diff cover on my G2 axle. I just now noticed Currie makes a version of their Currectlync steering kit (CE-9701M) with a bend in the tie rod to clear one of their 9" front ends. I wonder if this would give more clearance in the right space on my G2 axle. Anyone run Currie kit with a G2 front Core44 axle and can weigh in?

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Have you cycled the axle with the springs removed? If its close, but doesnt contact under full bump or under full bump right/left turns, then I'd leave it alone.

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My Currie Currectlync steering comes very close to hitting the diff cover on my G2 axle. I just now noticed Currie makes a version of their Currectlync steering kit (CE-9701M) with a bend in the tie rod to clear one of their 9" front ends. I wonder if this would give more clearance in the right space on my G2 axle. Anyone run Currie kit with a G2 front Core44 axle and can weigh in?
I just installed Core 44 in front of my LJ with Currie steering. The contact that I have is at full droop the passenger side tie rod hits the sway bar link. I am not sure this would happen under normal situations, even off-road.
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