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Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH

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Specs
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
Garage Sale:
No
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 RH
Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH
Outer Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 RH

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Q & A

What's in the Box

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.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
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savage29
Verified Purchaser
Houston, TX, USA
Product Rating

nice tie rod!!

March 12, 2015
Great tie rod! Excellent quality,ordered several to keep around for multiple projects!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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29ford
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falconer, ny
Product Rating

good value

June 03, 2014
Priced well and the quality is tops. Buy and use on your next project and have new parts, forget the used stuff
Pros:
  • Very good
Cons:
  • nut should come with
Yes, I recommend this product.
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the hands
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st paul
Product Rating

good price

April 18, 2011
good workman ship
Yes, I recommend this product.
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A-rod
Verified Purchaser
St. Louis, MO
Product Rating

Great fit and CHEAP!

April 18, 2012
I have used these on my drag link, tie rod and wishbones. Worlds cheaper than buying them at your local parts house and these seem to be of great quality. No complaints.
Pros:
  • Great fit and CHEAP
Yes, I recommend this product.
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boukie
Verified Purchaser
aurora il
Product Rating

great

November 18, 2011
I used this with the split wishbones... the joint rotates on this tie rod so my mounts on the frame could sit straight flush with the frame and the wishbones could angle out toards the axle bosses. Great product
Yes, I recommend this product.
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J.R.
Verified Purchaser
Fresno, Central CA.
Product Rating

No problem.

October 14, 2010
Fits like a champ!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Jimbo
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Waller tx
Product Rating

Good product . I would buy the product a

December 26, 2010
good part
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Streetrod40
Verified Purchaser
Amarillo, Texas
Product Rating

Really great Product

May 22, 2015
Just the perfect part for that steering rebuild on my 1941 Ford truck.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 3 answers

1 answers

early ford tie rod end used with the chev upper sterring arm. You say not to be used with!The taper is the proper one, right?

bcinbc
Kamloops, BC, Canada
April 02, 2013

early ford tie rod end used with the chev upper sterring arm. You say not to be used with!The taper is the proper one, right?

Answers

April 02, 2013
Jason
Chevy flat plate steering arms are not thick enough to support a standard tie rod end or are they tapered. Part number 91632019 or 91632018 are the Chevy upper arms we offer and are designed to work with spherical rod ends or heims such as number 1750306 and will not work with the Ford outer tie rod ends such as number 91002919 or 91002909.
1 answers

Mustang 2 spindle Will these outer tie rods work with the Mustang 2 spindles you sell?

enen
February 24, 2013

Mustang 2 spindle Will these outer tie rods work with the Mustang 2 spindles you sell?

Answers

February 25, 2013
Jason
The taper is correct on part number 91002909 to match the 7 degree taper in the Mustang II spindles. However, the diameter may be an issue as the Pickup runs a larger diameter stud at .630. The spindles could be reamed with a 7 degree reamer to the desired size if so desired.
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Is this the correct tie rod end to use with original a '37-48 Ford passenger car spindles?

June 11, 2012

Is this the correct tie rod end to use with original a '37-48 Ford passenger car spindles?

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June 13, 2012
John
This would be the correct tie rod end for the 37-48 Ford spindles. It has 7 degree taper to match the steering arms and this is the right hand thread version and part number 91002919 would be the left hand thread version.
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