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Fabtech Pitman Arm

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List Price:
$94.46 - $145.77
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$79.60 - $122.84
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    Description

    • Designed to correct steering geometry after installing a lift kit
    • Made to be stronger than stock arms
    • Crafted using the latest forging and CNC technology

    Use a Fabtech Pitman arm to correct your steering geometry after you add a suspension system to your truck.

    Fabtech uses the latest forging and CNC technology available to help make their Pitman arms stronger and more durable than stock units. The bigger your lift, the more you'll appreciate that as other drop Pitman arms would fail under the stress.

    Installing a new Fabtech Pitman arm is pretty uncomplicated as they utilize a bolt-on installation. Make your lifted truck ride better with a new Pitman arm from Fabtech!

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    Warranty

    Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Fabtech provides a limited lifetime warranty to the original retail purchaser who owns the vehicle on which the product was originally installed for defects in workmanship and materials.

    The limited lifetime warranty excludes the following Fabtech items; bushings, bump stops, ball joints, tie rod ends, limiting straps, cross shafts, heim joints and driveshafts. These parts are subject to wear and are not considered defective when worn. They are warranted for 60 days from the date of purchase for defects in workmanship.


    Installation

    A Fabtech drop Pitman arm is designed to replace your existing arm, there is no cutting or other modifications required to ensure a proper fit. We recommend having your alignment checked after installing any new suspension upgrades and adjusting your headlights if you have altered your ride height.