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Diff cover and Synergy Tie Rod

Anyone know of any diff covers that will not work with the Synergy Tie Rod?

just checking before I buy something I can not use.

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good info here. thanks!

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FWIW, I also have my axle shoved forward a tad. My metal cloak arms were initially setup according to their recommended lengths in the install guide. I have since spun them out several turns to make them longer and more in line with the longer recommendations that I have read about. I think it was the currie spec that I went with at the end of the day on the control arm lengths.
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