2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering
2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies Pacific Performance Engineering

2001-2010 GM Sierra 2500/3500 Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies

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PART NUMBER: 158031000 GTIN: 840171218886

When compared to factory components:
48% larger toe adjusting shaft              14% larger outer ball joint
40% larger tie rod body                         28% larger inner ball joint

*Due to PPE’s larger heavy duty inner joint assembly, longer sway bar end links may be necessary for stock or lifted vehicles to avoid any contact with the sway bar while turning.

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Larger and stronger in every way, PPE Stage2 Tie Rod Assemblies are the perfect upgrade to worn out factory components, for those who beat on their vehicle regularly, or just want peace of mind in knowing they have incredibly strong steering components.

NOTICE: Do not exceed 500 PSI of pressure when applying grease will risk damage to grease caps causing tie rod failure and will result in voiding your warranty.

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