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Steering Centerlink

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Next to go on was the steering centerlink. If you've got your truck this far apart, you might as well replace the factory pitman arm and idler arm since they're probably worn out, as they were on this Tahoe.The new Extreme centerlink puts the tie rods' mounting points in the middle of the truck. New extended steering tie rods and jam nuts are also included in the suspension kit, so you can reach the steering centerlink's mounting holes. The centerlink also has two tabs for mounting an included steering stabilizer.