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Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, Tapered

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Finish:
Zinc
Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, Tapered

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  • This item is sold as a pair.

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These 1937-1948 Ford lower tie rod steering arms are sold in pairs. Arms should only be used with a straight axle application and NOT a dropped tube axle. They will not clear a dropped axle. Has 3-3/8" eye-to-eye centers on mount bolt holes.

Steering Arm Ends Guide (GIF)

Parallel Steering Set-Up Guide (GIF)

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Echo49
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Los Angeles, CA
Product Rating

Excellent, heavy, fast shipping

June 24, 2014
These arrived quick and were heavier than I expected. I used them on the front of dropped axle and they work better than the dropped arms I was using. Holes lined-up and taper was correct. No problem. Price ain't bad either.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 5 answers

could i use these steering arms with a four inch drop(i-beam axle)if not please suggest the right product i need for a parallel steering.thanx

2 answers
September 01, 2011

could i use these steering arms with a four inch drop(i-beam axle)if not please suggest the right product i need for a parallel steering.thanx

Answers

September 01, 2014
Echo49
yes, BUT, only if you run them in front. If you want to run them behind you need DEEP DROP arms.
September 02, 2011
Chris
These arms are made to work with a straight axle but not a dropped axle. With a dropped axle would need to have arms like are 702-2754 witch is offered in a cross steering set up with the right side arm having two holes for tie rod and drag link tie rod ends. You can use these arms with traditional steering as well some builders may just cut off the back hole and just using the forward hole. This arm 702-2754 is offered in plain, chrome and stainless steel finish and has a 1 ¾ drop that works nice with a hairpin or 4 bar set up

Can I bolt these steering arms on the bottom backing plate holes facing forward so my tierod runs in front of the axle

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Gerard
South Africa
December 06, 2011

Can I bolt these steering arms on the bottom backing plate holes facing forward so my tierod runs in front of the axle

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June 25, 2014
Echo49
Yup, piece of cake.
December 06, 2011
John
Part # 91632033 These arms could be mounted facing forward to install the tie rod ahead of a straight axle. They will NOT work on a dropped axle as they will not clear the dropped portion. If you have a dropped axle you may want to consider the flat plate arms number 91632022 which should work and if wanting to use tie rod ends instead of heim ends you could opt for the 7022754 and simply cut off and smooth the end where the cross steer hole is located on the one arm.

how long is the arm from the bolt hole to the tappered hole in these arms

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fiddy
w.a
June 20, 2011

how long is the arm from the bolt hole to the tappered hole in these arms

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June 21, 2011
QC
The measurment from the center of the tappered hole to the center of the front bolt hole = 4 7/8", from that tappered hole to the center of the rear bolt hole = 7 15/16"
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