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The instructions for this relocation bracket ( Synergy 2007 ) state I need the 8003 tie rod bracket else flipping the stock tie rod bracket on my 2011+ (2013) JKU would interfere with the diff cover. Does the stock bracket interfere so far as removing the diff cover to service or actually hitting it when flipped?

Staring at my Synergy 8007 bracket thinking I can't install it on my 2013 JKU at the moment.

Older version of the instructions didn't note this tie rod bracket being required...

https://www.quadratec.com/Assets/Installation/108678.pdf

Some folks have flipped it and haven't had issues - http://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/steering-stabilizer-flip-265730.html

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The instructions for this relocation bracket ( Synergy 2007 ) state I need the 8003 tie rod bracket else flipping the stock tie rod bracket on my 2011+ (2013) JKU would interfere with the diff cover. Does the stock bracket interfere so far as removing the diff cover to service or actually hitting it when flipped?

Staring at my Synergy 8007 bracket thinking I can't install it on my 2013 JKU at the moment.

Older version of the instructions didn't note this tie rod bracket being required...

https://www.quadratec.com/Assets/Installation/108678.pdf

Some folks have flipped it and haven't had issues - http://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/steering-stabilizer-flip-265730.html

somegeek
I didn't need the synergy clamp on my 2014. I just rotated the stock tie rod clamp upwards. Had it that way almost a year and never had any problems. It shouldn't affect one's ability to service the differential. Something else you need to consider is that this dumb little part technically requires 2" of bump stop.
 

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I didn't need the synergy clamp on my 2014. I just rotated the stock tie rod clamp upwards. Had it that way almost a year and never had any problems. It shouldn't affect one's ability to service the differential. Something else you need to consider is that this dumb little part technically requires 2" of bump stop.
Thanks for the sanity check here. I could only see it possibly interrupting at full lock however even then it looks like it's close but no contact. I'm curious why Synergy noted this. Many other relocation brackets make no note of this requirement.
 

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Thanks for the sanity check here. I could only see it possibly interrupting at full lock however even then it looks like it's close but no contact. I'm curious why Synergy noted this. Many other relocation brackets make no note of this requirement.
I wish I could find it, but I once came across a video that showed a stock front setup with springs out and fully stuffed. Everything fit and cleared but it's really tight around the axle side track bar bracket. You would have to really stuff the suspension to hit if there is potential interference.
 
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