Currie Currectlync Heavy-Duty Tie Rod System - CE-9701


  • Currie | Part Number: CURCE-9701
  • Fitment:Direct Fit


The Currie Currectlync heavy duty tie rod and drag link system for TJ, LJ, XJ, and MJ vehicles features, a 1-1/4 inch diameter forged alloy drag link, and 1-1/4 inch solid alloy steel tie rod bar that is bored and threaded on the ends. All 7/8" thread tie rod ends with boots are included as well as the Currie heavy duty steering stabilizer bracket. This unit is a direct replacement for the stock parts. No modifications or machining to any part of the vehicle is necessary. This unit is rated at 200% stronger than the stock components. NOTE: This unit is designed to be used on vehicles with 4" of lift. It can be used on vehicles with less lift, but the vehicle must have a minimum of a 2" bump stop (over stock). Also, on vehicles with no lift, 2 of the tie rod ends may need be trimmed to achieve proper adjustment.



heavy duty

Just installed it but is a lot befyer than the stock one.this one hopefullly is the last one I will buy.

from Truckee Ca |
Way better than Stock

These parts make the stock look like tooth picks, very strong and I now feel better about my stering with the larger tires. These are a must have for off-road.

from Denham Springs Louisiana |
Heavy duty

Great product!

from Spotsylvania, va |
4 Wheel Parts - Steered me right!

Bought the Currie steering to replace my factory unit. I run 35"s and have been doing it with my fingers crossed, hoping the OEM unit could take the strain. Original tie rod finally bowed out. Now that I have the Currie System - I will never need to worry about that again. Beefy, Heavy, and well made - its Currie!

from Driftless WI |
worth every penny!

fixed steering and death wabble problems on my lifted tj wrangler

from Chico, CA nor-cal |

Question & Answers

9 Answered questions

Great product. had one for 5 or 6 years now. when the tie rod ends get loose - what are they? can I get them at local parts store? thanks you Currie guys are great. Wells Capo Valley

Asked by Fuel Rod from South Carolina on

Hello Yes I'm sure they are an off the shelf item and not custom made. Currie only has them listed with their part numbers. If you go to a good parts store they can look them up by size and tapper. I would try a Napa store as they have better books than most of your regular chain stores. 'Thanks

Answered by Rody from South Carolina on

I know there's a warranty on currie steering. How long is it for?

Asked by jayboags from on

Thanks for the inquiry jayboags, the Currie Currectlync Heavy-Duty Tie Rod System part # CURCE-9701 this product has a 1 year warranty on the tie rods barring physical abuse on the vehicle.

Answered by from on

I saw there was a question asked about the warranty already but the answer states that it for a crown h.d tierod. What is the warranty for the currie tierod kit?

Asked by Bgsxy from Maryland on

Hello The Currie kit comes with a 1 year warranty for manufactures defects.

Answered by Rody from Maryland on

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Since 1959, Corona, California-based Currie Enterprises has been currying favor with Jeep enthusiasts by manufacturing suspension systems and accessories, driveline parts and steering components that withstand grueling off-road conditions. With the rise in interest in off-roading in the 1970s, the company focused its attention on trucks and Jeeps, specifically rearends. Replacing worn out or damaged suspension parts like leaf spring bushings goes a long way toward improving off-road performance and Currie's specialty products exceed expectations. Addressing the needs of a variety of Jeep models, Currie is the right choice when you want to lift your Jeep, upgrade the steering or take the guesswork out of making a safe mounting. Shop Currie Now