Rock Equipment Tie Rod Flip Kit
Tapered sleeves allowing you to flip your tie rods to the upper side of your stock steering knuckle. This is an affordable and must-have modification. Check tie rod clearance for spring over applications. Gain at least 3” of ground clearance for your steering components! Sleeves are tapered on inside and outside. Rock Equipment is our house brand product line with a main focus on quality and reliability.
We feel that if something is not right then make it better. In order to facilitate the quality and value we wanted to contribute to the Jeep and Off-Road market we created Rock Equipment Brand. Manufactured by top quality steel and other alloys. Most if not all Rock Equipment products are made in the USA. Demonstrating again our focus on quality!
To support the quality, we back all Rock Equipment Ring & Pinion installs in our stop. The products themselves are also backed by a manufacturer defect warranty. Rock Equipment offers products for all Jeeps including Jeep Wranglers, CJ’s, Cherokees, TJ’s and additional 4x4 vehicles. Offering top Jeep products and parts for On-Road and Off-Road needs since the 1980’s. All parts are produced by ISO9001/QS9000 standards and are made by qualified manufacturers only.
- 3 sleeves
- 7/16” - 1” reamer
Special Fitment Notes
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Harold | 2016-03-16 14:30:49
Tie Rod Flip Kit for 1970 Jeep CJ5Install was for an older Jeep (1970 CJ5).
Tie Rod Flip Kit was installed for safety reasons, to have about 3" clearance between the tie rod and the leaf springs, rather than about 1/4" to the center link.
Removed tie rod ends, and used the hand reamer to flip the holes on the tie rod and center link. Care needs to be taken to ensure that the hole is not reamed too deep. Also, will need to ream slowly with hardened materials.
Overall, the Jeep feels much safer to drive now, knowing that there is sufficient clearance.
4 x Freak | 2015-03-17 20:59:28
Worth itEasy to do, and worth it. Highly recommended, a must with HD tie rods
cj73r | 2011-08-18 11:58:57
good deali got this for my jeep. it took a little bit of time but i was able to do it. be careful not to go to far... that could cost you a bit of money. just take your time and slowly bore the hole larger to drop the sleeve into. it made a bigger difference than what i thought it was going to. definitly worth the money i spent as i have MUCH better ground clearance in the front... and the piece of mind is nice too
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