A broken pitman arm on your 1993-1995 Ford SVT Lightning can leave you stranded with no control over your steering. Get if fixed with this Raybestos replacement pitman arm to keep your steering system operating smoothly. This arm is attached to the bottom of your steering box to get all of your steering links turning and help prevent steering wheel vibration. When these become worn, you will start to feel vibrations in your steering wheel and have poor steering capabilities. Get your steering system running smoothly again with this 93-95 SVT Lightning pitman arm!
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Each part is engineered, precision-machined, and performance tested to meet or exceed the form, fit and function of the OE Ford specifications. In fact, the Mustang and Ford Lightning Ball joints represent a significant upgrade over OE specs!!
The Raybestos Chassis and Steering line provides unparalleled coverage. So when you need that new suspension or steering part for your Ford Lightning or Mustang, we'll have the best on the shelf for you. Give Raybestos a shot and find out for yourself!
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