Re: Currie Correct Lynk Steering install (TJ)
That is the problem with the 'Y' setup, your steering can go out of wack easily and it is hard to get back. I don't particularly like it, but I know on the TJ's the springs get in the way, unless you spend the money and use different knuckles.
The axle stubs & bearings are out of the above Jeep, it wouldn't have been too much harder to change the knuckles and get a good steering system in there. JMO
Last edited by JamesT; 09-03-2008 at 06:22 PM.
'84 CJ7 w/bunch of junk
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