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Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Natural
Thread Length:
2.13
Stud Length:
1.75
Stud Diameter:
.63
Shank Length:
2.42
Shank Diameter:
0.68
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Thread Pitch:
11/16"-18
Threads:
RH Male
Notes
1" from center of threaded shaft to the bottom of the taper. Includes boot, castle nut, and cotter pin.
Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RHOuter Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH
Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH

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Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH

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Replace those sloppy worn out tie rods with our new replacements. Original equipment on 1948-1964 Ford half-ton pickups, but these tie rod ends can be used for multiple applications other than Ford trucks. Not for use with flat steering arms. Use only with Ford type steering arms with a tapered hole. Not normally used with Chevy spindles.

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