Obviously, you bought your Series D2 because you wanted to buy great performance and great value both rolled up into one vehicle. Dodge automobile owners have become used to a certain level of dependability when driving their Series D2 around town. Your Dodge dealership isn't the only place to buy the highest quality parts to repair your Series D2. When your Dodge Series D2 rolled off the assembly line, it was destined for a driver who values a trusted name in their automobile.
If none of our trucks had steering systems, then we'd all drive in a straight line. That would certainly make getting to your destination quite challenging for Dodge Series D2 owners, and it would also mean that the drag link would likely never have been invented. Your Dodge Series D2 drag link connects the pitman arm to the end of the opposite tie rod; bypassing idler arm. A drag link replaces a center link for steering linkages that are non-parallelogram style, and typically on four-wheel drive trucks with solid front axles.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Front