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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 GMC M300 owners, and it would also mean that four-wheelers wouldn't need a drag link. Your GMC M300 drag link completely bypasses the need for an idler arm by connecting the pitman arm to the tie rod on its opposite side. A drag link is used in steering linkages that are not typical or symmetrical, and usually on four-wheel drive trucks with solid front axles.
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