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Heavy-duty tie rod for GM and Hummer introduced

Heavy-duty tie rod for GM and Hummer introduced

SUPERSTEER INTRODUCES HEAVY-DUTY TIE ROD ASSEMBLY FOR CHEVY, GMC AND HUMMER APPLICATIONS

If you’ve ever taken your 2001-2007 GM truck, SUV or Hummer H2 off road, then you know how easy it is to bend the stock tie rod assembly. SuperSteer has introduced a permanent solution to this problem with its new heavy-duty tie rod end, which offers numerous improvements to the stock part. First and foremost, it is a full one-inch forging, compared to the factory’s 1⁄2-inch. It also incorporates a 30 mm ball compared to the stock 25 mm, and offers 37 degrees of stud swing compared to only 28 for the factory part. This SuperSteer HD tie rod assembly is available for most 2001-2007 Chevy/GMC 1500, 2500, 3500 2WD and 4WD trucks, Avalanche 2500, Suburban/Yukon XL 2500 and ’03-’07 Hummer H2. For complete applications or for information on other SuperSteer products, contact SuperSteer, (888) 898 3281; www.supersteersuperstop.com.

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SuperSteer, a division of Henderson’s Line-Up, specializes in suspension, steering and brake components that solve common handling issues in trucks, vans, SUVs and motorhomes. Based in Grants Pass, Oregon, SuperSteer products are a direct result of the ongoing research and development at Henderson’s Line-Up—the recognized authority in vehicle dynamics since 1961.

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