People who care about their GMC will agree that nothing but top quality replacement Drag Link parts are the only parts that belong on their vehicle. Qualities such as reliability and longevity are what make your vehicle special, which is possibly the best reason for owning it. When Drag Link parts break, it can result in a very unpleasant driving experience for almost anyone. If you drive a GMC, you know it's responsible to keep it in good working order.
Early steering systems, before the invention of the rack and pinion, transmitted input from the driver to the wheels through a series of links. A drag link was often times used to join the passenger side steering knuckle to the pitman arm, and another link from that wheel to the one on the other side. Your search for a new GMC drag link has lead you here, because your original has likely failed due to wear and tear over the years. Make sure you get a good replacement installed, and get your GMC back out on the road.
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