OhioTj did a number to his stock steering on several trails running 35" tires. He decided to upgrade like I did to a Currie Correct lynk purchased From Cole@4wheelers.
Part #: CE-9701
Description: The Currie Currectlync® heavy duty tie rod and drag link system for TJ, LJ, XJ, and MJ vehicles features, a 1 ¼" diameter forged alloy drag link, and 1 ¼" solid alloy steel tie rod bar that is bored and threaded on the ends. All 7/8" thread tie rod ends with boots are included as well as the Currie heavy duty steering stabilizer bracket. This unit is a direct replacement for the stock parts. No modifications or machining to any part of the vehicle is necessary. This unit is rated at 200% stronger than than the stock part.
Various Sockets and handtools
Tie rod fork and Hammer
Installation Time:45 Min
Get an alignment after the install although the drag link/Tierod come pretty close to alligned from Currie
Secure the vehicle with jackstands, we used 6 ton stands and make sure your brake is on!
Use a neednose plier to remove the cotter pics (4) and use a socket to take off the nuts. On the tie rod ends a swift hit with the hamer will release the tirerods from the knuckle. The pitman arm will need the use of a tierod fork and you must remove one end of the steering stablizer.
Notice the difference in size...Yes size does matter!
Make Sure that these clamps are lined up and the one on the passenger side does not conflict with the draglink
This draglink can be tricky!! Make sure the hole is lined up with the slot for the pin