Luke's Link For 2nd Generation Dodge Ram Trucks 

(1994-2002)

Dodge Trucks have been notorious for bad steering. Play, wondering or drifting in the steering, that will develop into a

violent shake known as the death wobble when hitting a bump.

The cause of this problem is the track bar. Most don't know about the track bar in the Dodge Ram. It is the bar connected from the Axle to the frame.  One end is a Ball joint end and the other is a Bushing. Once the Ball joint end gets loose, the track bar moves up and down on the ball stud. Internally in the ball stud end, there is a 2 coiled metal spring that hold pressure against the ball stud to keep it tight. Once the spring wears down, it allows the track bar to move up and down on the ball stud. This is where the wondering comes from. This is the main cause for wondering and shake. The shake is when hitting a bump on the highway at speeds above 50mph, it causes vibration in the axle and sent through the track bar which is attached to the frame which causes the frame of the truck to shake. This is why you must slow the truck down to get it to stop.

If your truck drifts or wonders, the track bar being loose causes this. When you turn the steering wheel, it moves the truck and the little play in the track bar allows the truck to drift that little extra so you are always correcting the steering.

Luke's Link converts your weak ball joint end to a fully adjustable end that is guaranteed to never wear out and keep your truck driving straight down the road. This kit is greaseable and fully adjustable, adjustments can be made by adding spacers. This is not a temporary solution, it is a lifetime solution. Luke's Link is designed to work on the track bar as well as any of the 4 tie rod ends on your truck from 1994-2002.  Luke's Link offers a lifetime guarantee on all our products.  

Note: This kit will not work on Moog Track bars, This is a aftermarket bar that measures 2 1/8" in diameter across grease fitting.

Luke's Link will work on any Dodge Ram 4X4, any make, any model, Gas or Diesel.


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Luke's Link Kit and Upgraded Poly Bushing

  
 

How to check to see if your track bar or tie rod ends are bad. 
1-With Truck on ground, unlock steering wheel, do not start.
2- Have a buddy rock the steering wheel back and forth hard, Under the truck you can look at each end(the track bar, and all four tie rod ends) to see if there is any movement up and down.
3-If there is any movement, you know you have a bad end that is causing you to wonder over the road. 


To Contact

Luke's Link

L & M Industries

PO BOX 797

Rocky Ford CO 81067

1-800-962-4090 or 1-719-468-1906

Email: lukeslink@hotmail.com