I have a 1975 k5 blazer my steering is all over the place. I've tried everything but I can't get all the play out of it. Will this product help with that? Terry
Tee from Los Angeles, CA on
Provided you have a 4" to 6" lift kit installed, this will help eliminate some of the play in your steering. The 1975 K5 Blazer is known for a weak steering box frame plate area. I suggest looking at this area of your vehicle. We offer the Smittybilt Reinforced Frame Kit Part Number: S/BCC100 that will correct this issue if you need it. Thank you.
from Los Angeles, CA on
I have the skyjacker SKYGMDL4 drag link installed on my truck, the ends need to be replaced, the ends used by skyjacker are not the same as the factory tie rod or drag link end part numbers. Does any on know the manufacturer and part number of these ends.
Thanks in advance.
Stevie from Jacksonville, NC on
you can use the EXP GDL410 both ends are the same.
Rody from Jacksonville, NC on
This particular part number is for a 4-6" lift. Is this assuming the pitman arm is stock and not a dropped unit ???
Also, is this 4-6" based on advertised spring/suspension lift or actual lift ???
terminal frost from Southside of Jacksonville FL on
Thanks for the inquiry terminal, the SKYGMDL4 part # SKYGMDL4 normally is used in conjunction with a new raised steering arm part # EXPGM400 for proper steering.
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