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1975-81 Camaro Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit

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1975-81 Camaro Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit
1975-81 Camaro Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit
1975-81 Camaro 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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Q & A (4)

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We make it easy to order replacement parts for your Chevy Camaro. This one part number includes:

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

Note: For use with power steering cars only.

Item Details

with Power Steering

Application

  • 1975-81 Chevy Camaro w/ Power Steering

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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Mel
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Buckeye, AZ

JUNK! Spend the extra money & buy name brand

September 07, 2015
Used this kit on a 78 Nova racing a 1/2 mile dirt track. We put 12 laps on the parts from this kit,(during a private track rental-no other cars on the track) and the lower ball joint broke. Just sheared off right where the threads end. These were installed and greased properly too. Spend a little extra money and go for Moog. Speedway usually has good stuff, but this isnt one of them
No, I would not recommend this product.
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T/A Chris
Chandler, AZ

1975-1980 camaro tie rod and ball joint

February 05, 2010
I put this kit in my 1979 Trans Am. I was told that it did not fit because the center link was different. I took a chance and this link has small differences from the firebird center link, because It was for a camaro. It ended up bolting directly in no problem with room to spare in a lot of places. All of the parts came nicely boxed and were the best that I have seen as far as front end parts are concerned. Do not let the phone order scare you if you are putting this in a firebird, because it will fit.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 4 answers

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is this the right kit for my 1978 trans am?

eman1962
mn.
March 12, 2014

is this the right kit for my 1978 trans am?

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March 13, 2014
EricM
No this is not correct for your 1978 Trans Am. The Trans Am's had different steering components than the Camaro's of the same year. Sorry I do not have the correct kit for your application.
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how do i know if i have 1975-81 front set or do i need the other kit that is for 1970-74 what is different between the two. I have a 1952 Ford that has a Camaro front end on it but i dont know what year

September 23, 2011

how do i know if i have 1975-81 front set or do i need the other kit that is for 1970-74 what is different between the two. I have a 1952 Ford that has a Camaro front end on it but i dont know what year

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September 26, 2011
Zach
Speedway part number 9173232. The difference in the Tie rod and Ball joint kits is the inner and outer tie rod end length. The (9173232) 70-74 uses a 6 /2" long outer tie rod, and the (9173234) 75-81 uses a 9" long outer tie rod. That is the best way to identify the year you have. The inner tie rods are different lengths also, but the assembled inner and outer tie rod assemblies will be the same length. The rest of the parts, including center link, idler arm, and ball joints, are all the same.
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Does the ball joints, center link and tie rods have grease fittings thanks j. morin

jon
belmont ca
January 28, 2011

Does the ball joints, center link and tie rods have grease fittings thanks j. morin

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February 03, 2011
Waymon
Yes the 1975-81 Camaro Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit, Item #: 9173234, have grease fittings.
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What brand of products are included in this kit and will this fit my Z28 350 1980 Camaro (other sites seem to differentiate parts if it is the Z28 350 model)?

macon Ga
November 02, 2011

What brand of products are included in this kit and will this fit my Z28 350 1980 Camaro (other sites seem to differentiate parts if it is the Z28 350 model)?

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November 03, 2011
Zach
Speedway part number 9173234. The Camaro suspension kit that we offer should fit Camaro's from 1975-1981. The biggest difference that I am aware of between Z28 and base Camaro's are the Steering box, diameter of the sway bar, and the spring rate. I believe all the parts in our tie rod and ball joint kit would be the same for a base Camaro and a Z28 Camaro. This kit contains all Speedway brand parts
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