Retail Price: $510.00
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This kit contains all the parts necessary to remove the factory tie rod on your JK Wrangler and bolt on this upgrade kit.



The JK Tie Rod Upgrade kit offers:

· Straight Tie Rod from wheel to wheel
· Solid, 1.375"Ě heat treated chromoly
· Tie rod position raised nearly 1"Ě over stock
· Reduces "Floaty" feeling associated with stock steering
· Includes new Spicer tie rod ends
· Easily adjust toe by spinning tie rod
· All parts E-coated black for rust prevention

The straight tie rod ability is accomplished by utilizing a relocation bracket on the steering knuckles similar to the design proven on our U-Turn kit for the TJ/XJ/ZJ. This bracket allows the tie rod ends position to be moved forward and this allows for a straight tie rod from wheel to wheel. The new position also raises the tie rod almost 1" over the stock position.

This is a 100% bolt on kit and is 100% reversable to stock as well as removable for easy resale.


Please note: IF Your JK has a bolt on steering stabilizer bracket, you will need to transfer that to the new tie rod, to retain the stock stabilizer in the stock position.
An easy fix for the stabilizer is to utilize the Steering Stabilizer Relocation kit, available separately on our website, part number OGS-162

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BETTER than new  —  Todd Johnson
Had bad death wobble on '04 Wrangler. Replaced front rotors and pads, tie rods and bushings, and u-joints. All were worn pretty bad. New shocks. Got an alignment. STILL had death wobble. Installed death wobble cure kit. Jeep drives BETTER than new. Thanks KOR and Christian and Dave at Creepshow Offroad in Steamboat Springs, CO for all their work!
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You should really raise the price  —  Grant Curtis
Kevin, Thanks for the sliders. I picked up a set a couple of months ago and couldnít be happier. Theyíve withstood some serious abuse and have been able to support my entire XJ while up on rocks. They served their purpose on the first run with my newly lifted XJ while riding with larger and locked TJís and YJís, getting me through technical...
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