MAXXimum steering upgrade PISK / SSB

MSRP: $519.99


MAXXimum upgrade for your GM HD truck with Cognito PISK brace and Steering Stabilizer Combo For 2016-2024 GM HD trucks

Does your GM HD truck feel like it is all over the highway? Is lane wandering an annoying everyday problem? Have you replaced the entire front end with new components with little to no change? Here is the kit for your GM 2016 + truck to solve these issues. Personally tested and verified on our 2016, this kit eliminates lane wander and feedback in the steering wheel. Turning your HD truck into an 8,000 LBS corvette. Confidently take curves at highway speeds with the MAXXimum steering upgrade combo. This works with Stock, Leveled or Lifted trucks. Don't spend more hard-earned money swapping out factory OEM steering parts. The PISK brace reinforces the Idler Arm and Pitman Arm, removing deflection and adding stability to the steering.  The best way I can describe the new steering feel is firm, no longer loose. If you have driven any kind of sports car, it has that glued to the road feeling that allows you to carve the curves with confidence in your duramax truck. The steering stabilize is icing on the cake, greatly reduces felt road feedback, common with leveling kits and larger tires and offset wheels.

Kit Includes

  • Patented Cognito (PISK) brace short for Pitman Arm Idler Arm support kit
  • 46MM Slim profile wrench for installaiton of PISK brace.
  • SuspensionMAXX compatible  Steering Stabilizer Bracket explicitly built to work with the Cognito Pitman Idler Arm support brace.
  • Rancho RS5000  Steering Stabilizer
  • Easily installs in 2 hours
  • Bolt-on installation
MAXXimum upgrade for your GM HD truck with Cognito PISK brace and Steering Stabilizer Combo For 2016-2024 GM HD trucks

We have tested the Bilstein 5100 steering dampener on our 2016 Chevy 2500HD.  After testing, we discovered that using a single steering stabilizer with a nitrogen gas charge will create a condition where the vehicle will continually pull to the right side.  Using a nitrogen charged stabilizer will require a minimum of 2 units to resist the gas charge of the other equally.  That is why we only currently offer the Rancho non-gas charged steering stabilizer. The 5100 will function adequately, but you can expect that the truck will always drift to the right. What about FOX? FOX does not currently offer a stabilizer for this application.

No, you do not have to unload your torsion bar to install the Suspension MAXX steering stabilizer bracket. Our design is patent pending, with a keyed retainer around the lower control arm bolt. Loosen the nut and carefully back out the lower control arm bolt, just enough to slide the bracket into place. Then insert the key into the slotted bracket.  This unique design allows for easy installation without needing a torsion bar unloading tool.  See our installation video:

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If you wish to return your SuspensionMAXX product please contact us by phone or email. Fill out the Return Form Bellow and mail it back with your return. You must notify us within 90 days of receiving your shipment. Non-warranty returns are subject to a 15% restocking fee, and all shipping charges are nonrefundable. Items must be in new condition (No Exceptions), any cosmetic wear or damage from improper packaging in return shipping will increase the restocking fee to 25%. You are responsible for the return shipping cost and insurance fee (if desired). Our staff will inspect returned products, and issue credit promptly. No returns after 90 days from date of delivery. If you have ordered the wrong item by mistake, we do offer exchanges at no additional charge within 90 days.

SuspensionMAXX, Inc.
1692 Marquette Ave
Bay City, MI 48706

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