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I bought a jeep with a lot of things already set up on it. Friday night the drag link snapped. I can see that it’s been cracked for a long time because of the rust. Now it completely broke and I’m wondering if someone can help me identify what it’s from. It’s really a miracle that it snapped as I was pulling into a parking spot. 30 seconds earlier I was going 60mph through a heavily wooded area. This thing is heavy duty. It’s solid steel and an inch and a half thick at its widest point.
 

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You could just replace it with a stock Moog and should be OK. If you want to make sure you are over built for off roading, buy a a Currie, Barnes, Teraflex, etc aftermarket one that is a heavy duty replacement.
 

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You could just replace it with a stock Moog and should be OK. If you want to make sure you are over built for off roading, buy a a Currie, Barnes, Teraflex, etc aftermarket one that is a heavy duty replacement.
Replacements I keep finding are all curved. This thing is straight. I do wanna have a heavy duty one though.. I’m currently run 37 tires and plan 40
 

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I just replaced drag link and tie rod with steer smarts parts. There parts are more heavy duty than stock parts.
 
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I run a Currie Drag Link and a Fusion 4x4 Tie Rod. One of these days, I'll upgrade the Drag Link to a Fusion 4x4 also.
 
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