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Fits: 87-90 Nissan Pathfinder

PART# IK90075

$152.66
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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Nissan Pathfinder pitman arms to ensure that you have every pitman arm option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Nissan Pathfinder pitman arms, so that whether you are looking for a drop Nissan Pathfinder pitman arm or a replacement pitman arm or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Nissan Pathfinder pitman arm needs!


WHY TO BUY?
If your vehicle is equipped with a steering box then it also utilizes a pitman arm to connect the steering box to the wheels. Your pitman arm is put under tremendous stress every time you turn the wheels, and if the pitman arm were to fail it could have catastrophic results. If you are in doubt about the condition of your current setup or are simply performing a restoration it is a good idea to invest in a new pitman arm. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have an excellent selection of pitman arms for you to choose from. With great offerings from all of the leading brands you are sure to find the perfect pitman arm for your needs in our lineup.
DID YOU KNOW?
Steering geometry is crucial to the performance and safety of your vehicle. If your ride is at its original ride height a stock pitman arm might do the trick, but if you have added a lift kit to your rig it is a good idea to compensate for the increased steering angle by using a dropped pitman arm. This is simply a modified pitman arm that has been extended to bring the steering geometry back to the correct angles so that your vehicle will track smoothly down the road. Remember your steering system is central to vehicle safety. Don't skimp here; pick up a new pitman arm to fix your problems.
FAQ's
Q: What is a pitman arm? Why buy one?
A: The pitman arm is a crucial component of your steering system which connects your steering box to the tie rods. When you turn the steering wheel the steering box moves the pitman arm, which in turn pushes or pulls the tie rod and directs the wheels which way to go. Usually pitman arms do not wear out, but on occasion they give up the ghost and a new replacement unit will be required to keep your vehicle steering and tracking straight. More common however, people add a lift kit to their vehicle which puts the steering geometry out of whack. Dropped pitman arms are available which correct these steering geometry issues on lifted vehicles to prevent bump steer and keep you in control of your machine.








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