THE REAL COST OF A STEERING UPGRADE
While upgrading your GM IFS 4x4 with these components from Cognito Motorsports will take a bite out of your wallet, the overall cost isn’t as great as you might think. If your truck is lifted, you could be replacing stock tie-rod ends as quickly as every 6,000 to 8,000 miles, and the wear on your tires will be accelerated as well. The investment in time and money to install upgraded steering components will be well worth it in the long run. Even stock truck owners should consider making the change. If you’re like us, you’ll surely keep your truck long enough to make it pennies per mile in the long run.