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    Is the Synergy adjustable TB a noticeable improvement over the Rancho adjustable TB? Thanks for the video and recommendation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidDJL69 View Post
    Is the Synergy adjustable TB a noticeable improvement over the Rancho adjustable TB? Thanks for the video and recommendation.
    Both use dual durometer bushings and both are good track bars. Where the Synergy is better is in that it comes with their double adjuster and pinch bolt and to me, that's a big improvement over a jam nut. Makes for easier adjustments on the Jeep and without having to keep on fighting the jam nut.

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    I have no complaints with the Rancho track bars, but after installing Synergy control arms I really like their adjusters And would definitely go this route next time.
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    Thanks. Great recommendations.


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    JL JOURNAL : A FAR BETTER TRACK BAR - Synergy Adjustable Front Track Bar INSTALLATION

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I moved back to the OE stabilizer being that the steel Synergy clamp they provide can take the beating.
    Great vid Eddie! I know itís only a steering stabilizer but was there any significant difference between the two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drhcobra View Post
    I have no complaints with the Rancho track bars, but after installing Synergy control arms I really like their adjusters And would definitely go this route next time.
    They're more or less the same thing. These Synergy track bars just have the added benefit of the adjustment on your Jeep thing.

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    Thanks. Great recommendations.
    Glad we could recommend it

    Quote Originally Posted by StormBreakerTheJL View Post
    Great vid Eddie! I know itís only a steering stabilizer but was there any significant difference between the two?
    Truthfully? No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    They're more or less the same thing. These Synergy track bars just have the added benefit of the adjustment on your Jeep thing.



    Glad we could recommend it



    Truthfully? No.
    Thats interesting to know....aftermarket is pretty expensive, and just for the bling? Nope

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGiant View Post
    Thats interesting to know....aftermarket is pretty expensive, and just for the bling? Nope

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    My thoughts exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGiant View Post
    Thats interesting to know....aftermarket is pretty expensive, and just for the bling? Nope

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    He was comparing the aftermarket Rancho track bar to the Synergy not to a stock one...

    Stock is much lighter, not adjustable, and has bonded rubber/spherical bushings

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    He was comparing the aftermarket Rancho track bar to the Synergy not to a stock one...

    Stock is much lighter, not adjustable, and has bonded rubber/spherical bushings
    Actually I think in that quote he was talking about steering stabilizers.


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