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  1. TJ Technical Discussion
    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...
  2. JK Technical Discussion
    I purchased my lifted JKU Sport on 37's w/ ARBs and Antirocks F&R already installed. I have decided to go with a rubicon disconnect setup using EVO's on demand system for better on road manners. Is it possible to tie the EVO kit to the single manifold already present or would I need to install...
  3. TJ Technical Discussion
    Hello guys, I've been installing the Currie JJ 4in lift on my TJ for the past two weeks. I just installed the rear relocation bracket for the stock track bar and my axle is off 1in to the passenger side. I don't understand what I did wrong, please help!
  4. TJ Technical Discussion
    So I'm finally getting around to putting on my lift kit. It's the Currie/Savvy 4" lift with fully adjustable control arms. My first question for those of you out there with a similar lift, which direction did you have the grease zerks pointed...up or down? Second question is...when it comes to...
  5. JK Technical Discussion
    I have a 2014 Jk 2door. I'm currently running a 2.5" Skyjacker with 35" tires. I'm starting to do a lot more off roading, and I'm looking for a good quality lift with low maintenance, good handling (on and off road), and a good amount of flex. I have been researching the MetalCloak Game...
  6. TJ Technical Discussion
    A little like the title says... I'm piecing together my own lift and salvaging what is currently installed. I have a 4" skyjacker lift (Tcase drop, 4" springs, lower control arms, bump stops, sway bar disconnects, rear relocation bracket, dropped pitman arm... I know the pitman arm needs to go...
  7. Classifieds Archive
    Hey everyone, Im looking for a used or new Currie Antirock for the Front of a TJ. Im in highschool and don't have the funds for a new one and was hoping someone took one off and didn't need it or had an extra they would sell. Let me know. Thanks :wavey:
  8. JK Build Forum
    :flowers:I just started building my 2013 JK Unlimited. 2013 JK Build Part 1 (check out Part 2 also!) - YouTube So far this is what I have planned: 4" Currie lift w/ front and back Anti-Rocks 37"s Poison Spyder bumpers Poison Spyder Brawler Rockers Jeep Brawler Rockers | Rocker Armor | Parts...
  9. TJ Technical Discussion
    Hey Everyone, So I removed my steering linkage assembly last week and replaced it with Currie's Currectlync setup. Currie's design is well engineered to say the least. Anyone considering upgraded steering should look no further. During Installation, I tried to follow the instructions as...
  10. YJ General Discussion
    ... And I have the sore bones to prove it. :eek: Oh, and a pic. :dance: It's a RE 2.5" lift, currie boomerangs on the rear and currie straight shackles on the front, and 31x10.5 Duratracs. We only had to cut one frame-end spring bolt and the rest went pretty smoothly. I gained over 4 inches...
  11. TJ General Discussion
    I was able to keep my currie setup from my last jeep, only thing is some one told me they only will fit if the jeep is lifted, is this true? I only really want the tie rod cause i tend bend them real easy and the jeep is really short being stock. But if the drag link will be able to go on also...
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