The RockJock Currectlync heavy duty tie rod and drag link system features 1 5/8in. diameter 4130 chrome moly heat treated steel tubing tie rod and drag link tubes, 1 1/4in. thread forged steel greasable tie rod ends, as well as new steering stabilizer shock bracket and u-bolt kit The massive tie rod ends thread into the tie rod end body so that they may 1) be replaced without replacing the whole rod end saving cost, 2) the same threaded in tie rod end is used at all 4 points so only one spare would have to be carried, and 3) they may be unscrewed from the rod end bodies and screwed in from the other side if a flipped tie rod and/or drag link was desired. Tie rod and drag link tubes feature wrench flats machined onto them and jam nuts for ease of adjustment.
Installed this on my 2003 Wrangler with a Rubicon Express 5.5 in short arm super flex short arm kit. This is a very heavy duty steering system compared to the factory original parts. I highly recommend this part. The main reason I did not rate it 5 stars is because I had to grind half of the stock sway bar mount on the axle passenger side as it hit the tie rod end where it joins the drag link. The instructions say nothing about this and no review I ever read said anything about this problem. I hope the sway bar mount does not crack as there is only about 1/2 inch or a little less of material left on the front of the bolt hole. I'm running a Skyjacker RockLock Sway Bar at full tension as this is a daily driver and needs a lot of sway bar for on road driving. If you are running the stock sway bar that is even stiffer than the Skyjacker and will put even more stress on the sway bar mount so it is defiantly something to consider if you are going to put this on your daily driver jeep. Overall other than the grinding issue it was very easy to install. One point to emphasize, when you install the tie rod end into the drag link MAKE SURE TO ALIGN THE COTTER KEY HOLE WITH THE SLOT IN THE DRAG LINK. Sorry for yelling but I was not paying attention to this and ended up with it 90 degrees out so I had to safety wire it instead of using the cotter key. The instructions do say to do this so don't do what I did and make sure you read the instructions carefully 2 or 3 times!
By Jeep guy
from Clovis Ca
3.0Drag link And Center link purchase
This is a great replacement product for your Jeep, with easy installation, I was a little disappointed with not having self locking nuts for the tie rod ends. Having to use cotter pins without castellated nuts to prevent loosening of nut is a bit worrisome.
This is the only reason for the three “Stars”
Very nice product. Beefier than stock. Eliminated my death wobble as well as making steering tighter.
5.0HD Drag Link
This is a quality replacement (and very stout) unit from Currie for their Currectlync Steering. The only issue I have with this unit is that the design does not allow you to replace the rod end at the axle end of the drag link. So when this rod end wears out, you have to replace the entire drag link as one unit.
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
5.0Way 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
By Lee mop argue
from Spotsylvania, va
5.04 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!