what is this part called? i thought it is an idler arm, but the local parts stores are clueless. it connects to the link from the steering gearbox, then the chassis, and back to the tie rod.

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Comment by Lakota Wolf on December 1, 2015 at 9:05pm

Dodge calls that part an Idler link (a 2 point).  also what Jimco called it..a pitman idler arm.

Designed to take out the excess wobble on heavy truck frames.

Comment by Jimco_W001 on December 1, 2015 at 8:55pm

I'd call that a pitman idler arm.

Comment by Pat Daly on December 1, 2015 at 7:45pm

That;s what I would call it too.  Take the photo, model, make and year of your camper into a NAPA store and the guys with the grey hair will order it in a minute... I bet.

Comment by P. Vallerie on December 1, 2015 at 6:03pm
Jim: I am by no means an expert. However, there are some great illustrations on the names on all the names for front end parts. Search the Internet. I used "front end suspension and steering system illustration". Pictures came up I choose the illustration from "www.procare.com". There are tons to Cooke from. Print it and bring your pictures to a reputable part store. I use Napa they have been awesome. We rebuilt our entire front supension and brake system with thier help on identification of components and sourcing them for purchase. The shop you went to - it would be questionable doing business with them in my books. Just a thought. P

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