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cheddy 04-17-2017 05:41 PM

2011 center link
 
My 2011 2500hd has the isolated center link where the pitman arm attatches. This has been a source of steering mushiness since the truck was new but now is really needing replacement.
Does anyone know if the center link without the rubber isolation will bolt in and what else would need to be changed, idler arm, pitman arm?
If anyone has the GM part number for the non-isolated piece it would be much appreciated.
Will the Cognito brace work with both center link styles ?

NorCalTruck_com 04-17-2017 06:46 PM

You will be fine just simply swapping over to the NON-isolator center link. We have been selling the Cognito PISK3008 brace kit that includes both style braces to fit the same pitman arm pending if you have the isolator or not.

cheddy 04-19-2017 04:51 PM

Thanks Norcal, I just need to find the right part number to order one now. I think it is 19256658 for the non-isolated part but would like to be sure before I order.
The online parts lookups all show the same pic which is the isolated part but have two different part numbers depending on cab style.
From what I can tell the reg cab and ex cab are isolated but the crew cab is non isolated ?

NorCalTruck_com 04-24-2017 08:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cheddy (Post 9061769)
Thanks Norcal, I just need to find the right part number to order one now. I think it is 19256658 for the non-isolated part but would like to be sure before I order.
The online parts lookups all show the same pic which is the isolated part but have two different part numbers depending on cab style.
From what I can tell the reg cab and ex cab are isolated but the crew cab is non isolated ?

That is what looks to be the case BUT unfortunately, we do not see enough of them to nail it down for a confirmation.


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