AFCO 30271 Metric Improved Geometry Centerlink
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Improved geometry drag link relocates the inner tie rod end to shorten both tie rod assemblies, which improves steering geometry by reducing the excessive toe out that is common to GM Metric chassis during normal suspension travel (bump steer).
- '78-'88 Monte Carlo G-Body
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Inner tie rod end for an IMCA Modified race car application based off of a 1978-up Metric GM chassis configuration.
Note: Tie rod end has the grease zerk on the back of the tie rod end and not on the end as an inner tie rod end would utilize. This is not a replacement for a Moog type ES2034RL.
Please note the available inner tie rod end #s 910-2034 or 106-30221 noted below when the inner tie rod with a grease zerk in the end is required for an o/e type replacement for the 1978-up GM Metric application.
- 5/8" threaded
- Used in AFCO tie rod assembly
- Most popular tie rod end; fits most rack & pinion cars
AFCO replacement stock stub steering components for '78-'83 GM Fullsize cars.
We stock these hard to find 1978-1981 A-body and 1978-1988 G-Body inner tie rods. They are 9.5 inches in overall length with a 7 degree tapered stud. The tie rod features 5/8 inch LH threads with a grease zerk on the end for low clearance applications.
- Popular ‘78-‘81 A-Body/’78-‘88 G-Body inner tie rod (ES2034RLT)
- 9 ½” overall length
- 7 degree tapered stud
- 5/8” LH threads
- Grease zerk located at very end of tie rod for low clearance applications