Some vehicles still use what’s known as a “parallelogram” steering layout. In such vehicles, the drag link connects the pitman arm to the steering arm, or in some applications, it connects directly to the tie rod assembly. Unlike a center link, the drag link does not connect to an idler arm and has no inner tie rod ends attached to it. Drag links can be a solid one-piece design or an adjustable design. Many drag links have replaceable or rebuildable ends. North America Auto Parts takes important note of these important, yet lesser-known, parts of your steering system. In many cases, we’ve upgraded the OEM design with beefed-up bushings, better end joints, and sturdier design to give you peace of mind when you’re stretching your vehicles load capacities to the limit.