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I'm going to be replacing my CA's to get rid of my AEV geo correction drop brackets.
I was leaning towards Synergy adjustable CA's? Thoughts?

On a separate note, my JK has 17K miles on it and the ball joints are not showing any movement when I jack up the front end and try to move the wheel.

I was planning on replacing my stock tie rod with a chromoly one.
Should replace the ball joints or just wait until they wear more?

My Jeep is my daily driver, but I work from home and never take it on long trips unless I'm going wheeling. So my milage is pretty low.
 

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You could probably hold out on the ball Joints until later. If you are doing the work yourself then it should not be an issue. If a shop is doing it then it is better to only be charged once for labor. You could run new LCA's and that eliminates the need for the bracket. The Synergy shaft is nice and very sturdy. Teraflex also just released one as well.

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