post #16 of Old 12-18-2011, 08:00 PM
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I'm currently dealing with this as well. I'm not to sure how strict local mechanics will be here, but it is in our inspection book.

Teraflex also offers something much like the black magic set.
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post #17 of Old 12-27-2011, 07:31 PM
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I just welded some DOM to the spring plate and then welded a small 1/4" thick tab to the top of that for the disconnect bar to attach to. I've had this a couple of years with no problems so far. The inverted T steering was to susceptible to death wobble so I changed back to inverted Y as in the third picture. I guess you can call it semi high steer since the drag link is in the bottom of the high steer arm.


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currie HD sterring interferes with JKS sway bar disconnects

Installed Currie HD steering and come to find the attachment point of the drag link to the steering hits the mount bracket and lower assembly of the sway bar JKS quicker disconnects. I am very surprised this is not accounted for in the design. I have the JKS quicker disconnects and Currie steering installed in accordance to specs; I have checked and double checked everything.

I saw posts about relocating the sway bar attachment points and have no idea if the JKS assembly will continue to work.
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