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RPMFAB JK Heavy Duty Aluminum 7075 Tie Rod

Introducing our new RPMFAB JK Tie Rod ONLY $429
  • MADE IN THE USA
  • MADE FROM 1.5" SOLID 7075 ALUMINUM
  • 1 Ton OFFSET TRE'S
  • CUSTOM STABILIZER CLAMP
  • HEXED ENDS FOR EASY TIGHTENING OF JAMB NUT
  • RIGHT AND LEFT THREAD FOR EASY TOE IN AND TOE OUT ADJUSTING

"LIFETIME WARRANTY" ON ALUMINUM CENTER SECTION If it Bends or breaks we will send you anew center section.

FREE SHIPPING FOR THE FIRST 10 TO MENTION JK OWNERS

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Just want to say thank you Don. This tie rod is stout! Simple bolt on unit and plenty of room for thick diff covers too. I didn't even have to add copper anti seize. It was there already.For anyone having doubts about this don't forget it has a bend it/break it lifetime warranty! Sorry for the over sized pic.
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Just want to say thank you Don. This tie rod is stout! Simple bolt on unit and plenty of room for thick diff covers too. I didn't even have to add copper anti seize. It was there already.For anyone having doubts about this don't forget it has a bend it/break it lifetime warranty! Sorry for the over sized pic.
Thanks Mark...You're upside down.....let's keep her right side up on the trail...LOL

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So most of our sales have been local off this add. We will extend the free shipping until we reach 10 out of state sales from JK Owners.

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Offer custom lengths?
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JKU with Superduty 60 front and high steer. I think it'll be pretty close to the stock length.
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JKU with Superduty 60 front and high steer. I think it'll be pretty close to the stock length.

Sent a PM. The knuckles may need sleeved depending o =n the year of the axle

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JKU with Superduty 60 front and high steer. I think it'll be pretty close to the stock length.
What year is the 60 out of and are you running Reid Knuckles? We can do a custom length as well as a custom drag link if you want.

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Do the stock knuckles need to be drilled to accept the TRE's like they do for the Ruff Stuff ends?

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Do the stock knuckles need to be drilled to accept the TRE's like they do for the Ruff Stuff ends?
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Do the stock knuckles need to be drilled to accept the TRE's like they do for the Ruff Stuff ends?
As JKAZT said , No these are a bolt in set up. Just align professionally after install.

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Would it be suitable to have a hydro assist attached?
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Yes, Hydro assist ram will be no problem

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These are moving like hotcakes. Thanks for the orders.

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How well would these work on a Currie Rock Jock. The drag link looks to straight to play well on it.

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How well would these work on a Currie Rock Jock. The drag link looks to straight to play well on it.
The ends are offset. If a factory set up works we should clear the pumpkin We clear a PSC cover on a stock 44 and that is at the biggest cover we know of.

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Rock Jock 44 or 60 should be fine

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Tons of orders! Thanks everyone!

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