THE REAL COST OF A STEER­ING UP­GRADE

Ultimate Diesel Builder's Guide - - Steering Fix -

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.

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