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.
Spend a little more and get the toughest, most durable steering system out there. You won't be disappointed. This system is bulletproof! It made a world of difference in my steering on my 02 TJ. Paired with their HD track bar, no more death wobble. I now have a 6" lifted jeep on 35" tires that tracks and steers like it came from the factory, only stronger.
from Pelham, Al.
3.0Excellent, strong steering kit.
I ordered this kit for my 2001 TJ Wrangler and it's an absolute beast. It was easy to install and helped out a lot with my steering issues.
Note that it does not come with instructions, steering stabalizer bracket or cotter pins. That's a different kit CE-9701SB.
Pricey but worth it. Extremely well made, i dont expect any failures from this is how well made it is. Instructions are step by step and very well detailed.
from Lewisville, TX
4.0Needs better installation instructions.
Bought this for my 1998 tj. 5.5 rubicon lift currie anti-sway bars. Make sure you read through the instructions to the end. Also watch you tube videos. There is is one thing the install directions don't hit on until the very end and that is the greasing process. The is a groove in each ball end that needs to be set a certain way with the groove pointing up. Be sure to check this. Mine would not take grease so I had to drop the whole thing and turn them to get it to take grease. Off to Moab EGS to give it a work out.
By Billy Bob
from Los Angeles, Ca.
5.0As advertised on a ZJ
Installed on my ‘98 ZJ with a 5” lift and 35” tires. Took about 4 hours to remove the old steering linkage and install the Currectlync. I have had it on for about a month. This setup removed a lot of the ‘slop’ out of my on-road driving. I went wheeling this weekend and the steering performed as expected. Yes, it is expensive, but so far seems to be worth it.
from Santa Clarita, CA
2.0Bent first trip out- Stout but lame
I had the original in place for 11 years. Replaced it with this product and bent the frist trip out.