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ReadyLIFT TIE ROD REINFORCEMENT KIT - GM 1500 CLASSIC 6-LUG 1999-2007, 2500 HD 8-LUG 2000-2009

ReadyLIFT's 67-3156 Tie Rod Reinforcement Kits are designed to strengthen the slender OEM tie rods. Made from CNC-machined heavy-duty steel construction, these new tie rod reinforcement sleeves greatly increase the strength of the OEM tie rods which can bend or break under force from heavy wheels and tires. Off-roading or aggressive driving with heavy off-road tires can cause damage to the OEM tie rods. The thick walls of the 67-3156 steel sleeves thread onto the existing tie rod and provide support the entire tie rod shaft. Will work with replacement OEM tie rods. Sleeves will work with tie rod ends which have adjustments on the end of tie rod end. If installed properly by following the detailed instructions, no alignment will be necessary upon completion. These ReadyLIFT Tie Rod Reinforcement sleeves are a MUST for any GM truck owner who has heavy off-road wheels and tires.

Tire Fitment

Tire Size Note: ReadyLIFT wheel and tire fitment recommendations are typically based on Wheel Pros wheels and Nitto tires. Due to product differences among tire manufacturers, tire specifications and dimensions including, but limited to, overall diameter, rolling diameter, tread width, aspect ratio, lug pattern, sidewall construction and inflation pressure, will vary meaningfully by tire and wheel manufacturer. Every tire and wheel combination should be test fit prior to installation. Consult your local installer to learn more about the right tire fitment for your application.
Ride Quality Note: When lifting a vehicle and installing aftermarket wheels and tires, a tire manufacturer's construction and material quality can alter vehicle ride quality. When increasing a vehicle wheel and tire size, most larger aftermarket truck and SUV tires are 10-ply (or more) E tires compared to typical OEM 6-ply C tires. This more rigid sidewall construction increases the perception of suspension stiffness often described as ride harshness. The ride, handling, traction, noise, fuel economy, and wear differences between All-Season, All-Terrain, Mud-Terrain, or Trail-Terrain type tires can be significant. Please take into account tire and wheel choice will generally have a meaningful impact on the ride & handling experience.

Installation

SAEJ2492 Warning: By installing this product, you acknowledge that the suspension of this vehicle has been modified. As a result, this vehicle may handle it differently than that of factory-equipped vehicles. As with any vehicle, extreme care must be used to prevent loss of control or roll-over during sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers. Always wear seat belts, and drive safely, recognizing that reduced speeds and specialized driving techniques may be required. Failure to drive this vehicle safely may result in serious injury or death. Do not drive this vehicle unless you are familiar with its unique handling characteristics and are confident of your ability to maintain control under all driving conditions. Some modifications (and combinations of modifications) are not recommended and may not be permitted in your state. Consult your owner’s manual, the instructions accompanying this product, and state laws before undertaking these modifications. You are responsible for the legality and safety of the vehicle you modify using these components.

DO IT YOURSELF!

Please read the instructions thoroughly and completely before beginning installation. Installation by a certified mechanic is recommended. ReadyLIFT Suspension Inc. is NOT responsible for any damage or failure resulting from improper installation.

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Estimated Installation Time: 2.8 Hours +/- 0.5 hours (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)

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