DODGE STEERING WOES
2007 RAM 3500
After 13 years and more than 100k miles, Adam’s Ram Heavy Duty wasn’t quite as stable as it once was. Suffering from worn out tie rod ends and shocks it was a handful when towing. To keep this truck safe and prevent early tire wear we installed an updated Chrysler tie rod kit and steering damper. It’s a more heavy duty and slightly different design that will keep him in his own lane when towing. Adam also chose to have us install new front and rear Bilstein 5100 series shocks to keep things smooth. This 6.7L Cummins has the power to move heavy loads and once again has the right parts to do so confidently.
Category: Customer RidesBy Gary Maschner