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1970-74 Camaro/Firebird Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit

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1970-74 Camaro/Firebird Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit
1970-74 Camaro/Firebird Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit
1970-74 Camaro/Firebird Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a kit.

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What's in the Box

We make it easy to order replacement parts for your muscle car.  This kit includes:

  • outer tie rods
  • inner tie rods
  • tie rod sleeves
  • center link
  • idler arm
  • upper ball joints
  • lower ball joints

Note: For power steering cars only.

Application

1970-74 GM F-Body w/ Power Steering 

  • Chevy Camaro
  • Pontiac Firebird

Item Details

with Power Steering

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewers.
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RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT:

Mark B
Verified Purchaser
Western KY

Outstanding value!

October 14, 2011
This kit is one of the most complete kits you will find and it is at a price other sites sale similar, less complete kits for.
Pros:
  • Reliable
  • Value
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

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Can you tell me what parts in this kit would be different if I had manual steering?

July 30, 2011

Can you tell me what parts in this kit would be different if I had manual steering?

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August 01, 2011
John
This 1970-74 Camaro/Firebird kit is for power steering cars only. Manual steering cars run a shorter pitman arm and requires the appropriate length idler arm to match. Also, because of the difference in pitman arm and idler arm length the center link has different drop to maintain the correct alignment with the tie rods.
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