Synergy Front Steering Correction Kit (Wrangler JK 2007-2018)
Front Steering Correction Kit for JK
The Synergy MFG Front Steering Correction Kit is designed to correct the wandering steering feeling that is sometimes experienced when lifting your Jeep Wrangler JK 3" or higher. The drag link is made from crush resistant 1-3/4" .188 Wall 1026 DOM material and exclusive double adjuster sleeve and pinch bolt are setup for adjustment while the drag link is installed. The included 8055 track bar bracket raises your vehicles suspension roll center 3" to properly align the drag link and track bar parallel. The special bolt on design strengthens the factory axle mount that is often prone to failure.
- One (1) HD Drag Link Kit
- One (1) Front Track Bar Bracket
- Necessary hardware
- Installation instructions
- Raising the roll center reduces vehicle body roll and dramatically improves overall handling
- The bracket relocates the factory or aftermarket steering stabilizer up and out of harms way
- Laser cut from 3/16" steel & 2 stage powdercoat finish for maximum strength and durability
- 100% bolt on components assures an easy, trouble free installation with the use of basic hand tools
- Suspension components feature an abrasive-resistant powder coat finish for maximum durability and corrosion resistance
**Use of the front track bar bracket requires the use of a minimum 3.0" bump stop spacer
*** Installation of Drag Link Flip Kit (8001) requires the passenger knuckle to be reamed using a 1-1/2" Tapered Reamer (Part #4011). ****An alternative to this is to use the Jeep JK Tie Rod Flip Adapter (8001-03-01)
**** Please allow a lead time of 4-6 weeks for production and shipping depending on demand. Feel free to contact us prior to ordering for a check on inventory.
Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door (2007-2018)
Jeep Wrangler JK 4 Door Unlimited (2007-2018)
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Overall, the product is very nice. As with everything else for JK's, it's expensive. But, the engineering and finish of the product is nice and relatively easy to install. I flipped my drag link to the top side of the knuckle using the insert, which worked generally well. You'll need a 7/8'' drill bit or a tampered ream - either will get the job done. As instructed, the insert is to "drop in" once the hole is made in the knuckle. Mine did, however I still had trouble getting enough engagement of the castle nut on that TRE to insert the cotter pin (used red loctite for now and marked the nut location for monitoring). I may need to enlarge the hole just a touch more to allow the insert to expand a little. The one thing that keeps me from rating this as "5" stars is the sway bar relocation contingency. The track bar bracket accounts for the passenger side but not the driver. So, you'll either have to shorten a fixed sway bar link or get adjustables (which I have) then shorten one side.