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Old 10-23-2011, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cognito Idler/Pitman support kit. 2500 hd

This is a support kit for the chevy/gmc 2500HD trucks to eliminate the premature wear on steering components. Retail Price is $237+ shipping.

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http://www.cognitomotorsports.com/pr...select_model=8

I have about 40,000 miles on this kit. everything seems to be in working order still. I am asking $150 shipped in the lower 48.


EDIT****** I only have hardware for the stock idler/pitman arms. If you have moog or other brands it may not work


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I have tried to find the difference between stock amd moog parts but find nothing. Do you know what the difference may be? I am interested but already have moog parts.
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We recently installed a moog pitman/idler arm on my duramax and the cognito braces were giving us so many problems. We ended up just removIng them. IMO cognito products are a bunch of worthless shit including the HD tie rods that wear out after 20k miles.
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We recently installed a moog pitman/idler arm on my duramax and the cognito braces were giving us so many problems. We ended up just removIng them. IMO cognito products are a bunch of worthless shit including the HD tie rods that wear out after 20k miles.
Did you use any aftermarket supporting system? Upgrade the center link, tie rods,etc? Or do anything other than replace the pitman and idler arms?
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Old 10-28-2011, 05:14 PM   #6 (permalink)
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We recently installed a moog pitman/idler arm on my duramax and the cognito braces were giving us so many problems. We ended up just removIng them. IMO cognito products are a bunch of worthless shit including the HD tie rods that wear out after 20k miles.
Thanks for adding so much value to my for sale ad. Post that what I'm selling is total shit. Not very respectful man

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I have tried to find the difference between stock amd moog parts but find nothing. Do you know what the difference may be? I am interested but already have moog parts.
Difference is the size and pitch of the threads that are coming out of the arms
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