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Unread 07-09-2014, 08:43 AM   #16
Jeepster83
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2003 TJ Wrangler 
 
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The Currie setup is truly the best bang for the buck. Sure it's a bit expensive but how many times will you have to replace any parts on a Currie setup? I got a deal on mine and suggest you shop around for used. I paid $100 for the linkage, used with MANY miles on it, and 3 years later spent a little less than $100 on a new TRE at the pitman arm. The added benefit to Currie linkage is IF you bend it you can bend it back and be fine. Trust me, and a slew of others, you won't bend a Currie kit bad enough to have to replace it.

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