As endorsed by "Trailer Life" magazine and recommended by
Owners check this out!
90% of the time the reason your truck
doesn't steer well is the worn, loose track bar
on your 4x4. A new expensive tracking bar won't fix it permanently.
Don't spend hundreds of dollars replacing the wrong parts.
It's rare to find an
aftermarket product that is so needed and yet so unknown about. But that's
Luke's Link Dodge 4x4
permanent repair kit is!
Dodge truck 4x4's 1994 through
2001 (1500) and 2002 (2500/3500) have a solid front mono-beam axle with coil
springs. To hold the axle in place, Dodge uses a tracking bar. This is a bar
that is attached to the front axle and the truck frame. When this tracking
bar gets worn, it allows the front axle to move some side to side. I've had
customers tell me that their truck steered bad and their Dodge service
department replaced the tracking bar. This seemed to only solve the steering
problem for a short while and then back to both hands on the wheel again.
Johnnie also has replacement
Tie Rod ends for Dodge, older
Fords, GM's and tractors and combines. Now you know that trucks, tractors
and combines, last for decades. It's nice to see a family company building
parts to keep us rebuilding our workhorses! And they all have grease zerks,
I love grease zerks.
I have two of these drag link
kits that will be installed in the field and tested. Soon I'll bring you
pictures, showing ease of installation and the steering difference. Stay
tuned. Go visit the Luke's Link website, they have detailed instruction,
details and prices there. Just click
you have a Dodge 4x4, 1994 or newer, there is a reason it doesn't steer
well. So before you spend the big bucks at a shop,
invest the little bucks and solve your steering problem permanently
and cheaply. Click for more...