how do i replace a center link/drag link on a 1999 gmc jimmy 4x4

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Asked by Daniel Mar 28, 2019 at 05:49 PM about the GMC Jimmy

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have the 1999 gmc jimmy 4x4 4.3 L  steering is loose looking to replace the tie
rods, ball joints idler arm, pitman arm. was wondering how to replace the center
link? i cant locate the part anywhere. everyone says it is non available. so, do
they make new joints to press into the old center links or am i calling it the
wrong name? i am stuck here. what if i cant find this part?

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i can find the 2 wheel drive bar but not a 4wheel drive bar. does it matter?

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