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Dodge Ram Gen 4 HD Steering Linkage Upgrade for Gen 3 Trucks

$499.00 $449.97

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Steering Linkage upgrade to help stop Death Wobble!

This is the Mopar Gen 4 (2009-Present) Heavy-Duty Steering Linkage and will help reduce some of the causes of Death Wobble.  This steering linkage kit is the replacement upgrade for the Gen 3 trucks.  It includes Tie Rod, Drag Link, and Tie Rod Ends.  No Steering Damper or Pitman Arm is included in this kit.

This kit also fits on the Gen 2  “1999” and Newer Trucks as well, which will be a great upgrade to your existing system.  You will have to do some work to get the steering damper to fit as we do not have a kit for this as of yet.

If you do not want to shell out the added cost to run a dual stabilizer setup, a single high-quality Bilstein 5100 stabilizer is available for an additional $109.97.  This is an excellent upgrade over the original stabilizer (and MANY of the available replacements).

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Weight62 lbs


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Questions and answers of the customers

  1. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi there,

    Yes, this is a complete linkage kit with tie rod, drag link, tie rod ends (and nuts), as well as a steering stabilizer bracket.

    Thank you,

    Rob- KOR Staff

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