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2001 Jeep Wrangler Front Axle

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Somewhere, somehow, and without our noticing until it was way too late we managed to tear not one, but both of the boots on our Currectlync steering setup at the knuckles. The clunking told us both tie-rod ends were shot. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it here as well: We really like the Currie Currectlync steering. It might be the best bolt-on steering upgrade for TJs, LJs, XJs, and MJs. But, the company states that a minimum of 21⁄2 inches of lift is needed to run it, and with our 3 inches we were pushing that. Also, we decided we wanted to flip the steering up over the knuckles and maybe avoid more torn grease boots in the future.