Mopar Dodge Ram T- Style Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit For the 2nd Gen Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 Pickups.
This Mopar 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram Steering Upgrade Kit is a complete kit with all the parts necessary for the installation of this steering upgrade kit into the DANA 60 front axle on your Second Generation Dodge Ram truck.
The Mopar T Style Dodge Ram Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit works on the following Dodge Ram trucks:
- 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 - Gas and Diesel powered vehicles
- 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 - Gas and Diesel powered vehicles
The Mopar 2nd Generation Dodge Ram Pickup Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit from KLM Performance includes the following MOPAR parts:
- 1 - T Type Complete Steering Linkage Assembly with the correct Rod Ends for the Dana 60 Front Axle
- 3 - Nylock Tie Rod Nuts
NOTE: There is no steering damper included in this kit. KLM Performance recommends the installation of a new steering damper be installed with this steering upgrade kit. This 2ND Generation Dodge Ram Steering Upgrade Kit is not affected by any recalls. This is a Custom Made Product that requires Five Working Days from the order date to the shipment date.
You will need to purchase a new steering damper for your 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram pickup!
KLM Performance recommends the purchase of the Mopar Steering Stabilizer or the Bilstein Steering Stabilizer with this Mopar 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram T Style Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit.
The Mopar 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit offers the following advantages:
- The 2nd Gen Dodge Ram T-Style Steering Upgrade Kit provides a dramatic improvement in steering response and feel.
- The new T type linkage set-up is three times stronger than the original factory-installed steering linkage.
- The new drag link went from a 1.250" to a 1.580" outside diameter linkage.
- The size of all the Components has increased - everything is much bigger
KLM Performance recommends the purchase of a Lower Steering Stabilizer with this Mopar 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit.
Death Wobble occurs in the Dodge Ram trucks when one or more of the following conditions are present.
- Tires with the incorrect load rating are now on the truck.
- Incorrect tire pressures
- Track Bar ends have excessive play
- Balls Joints have excessive play
- Steering Gear Box is worn
- Tie Rods are worn
NOTE: This Custom Made Mopar Steering Upgrade Kit for 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 4X4 trucks installation must be done to the proper Torque Specifications. Please follow the listed torque specifications provided on the product description page for a safe and secure installation. The use of an impact wrench or air hammer may cause damage to the T Style Steering Upgrade Kit.
Mopar 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 T Style Steering Linkage Upgrade Kit Torque Specifications
- Flow Rate
- Item Number MOPAR SU 00-02
- make Dodge | Ram
- model 2500 | 3500
- year 2000 | 2001 | 2002
- Manufacturer Part No SU 00-02
- Product Application 2000 to 2002 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 4X4
- height 60
- width 6
- brand MOPAR
- Part Number Custom Made To Order SU 00-02
- manufacturer Mopar
- Beam Pattern
- Product Note This is a Custom Made Product that requires Five Working Days from the order date to the shipment date.
Fixed my problem with bump steer
I have a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 with 199k miles that had a good amount of bump steer. I could feel the tires doing their own thing every time I went over a bump or turned a corner. I had already replaced my ball joints and track bar that helped a lot, however, something was missing. I did some research and found a few options. Most were specifically for off road performance. I use my truck to pull a trailer on occasion and as a daily driver so I wasn't looking for an off-road option. I also did some research and found that at least one of those vendors had complaints about a poor drag link design and another required drilling holes to install and most couldn't be adjusted without taking the tie rod off. I didn't want to modify the truck more than I had to, so I called Kevin at KLM. He took time to walk me thru their product and explained that it was a true bolt-on option with adjustable sleeves like the one on my truck. He explained that I could do it myself within a couple of hours. Everything he said was true. It did need a major wheel alignment but I expected that since the Y-steering isn't lined up the same as the T-linkage. I watched as the guy aligned it at the shop and enjoyed watching him have fun with my truck as he took it on a couple of test drives. I knew then that I was going to like it when he finished. Sure enough my front end is solid. No more bump steer, no more change in toe at every bump. I expect it to last another 200k miles or 20 years before it's time to mess with it again. Give it a try. Its a good investment.