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Garage Sale - Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link with 11/16 Ends, 46 Inch
Garage Sale - Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link with 11/16 Ends, 46 Inch

Garage Sale - Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link with 11/16 Ends, 46 Inch

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This is garage sale priced because it is scratched.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

These tie rod links are pre-cut and tapped lengths of brushed stainless 7/8" O.D. tubing Tubing will be tapped with right-hand & left-hand threads for adjustability.

Select your length based on the center-to-center of the tie rod ends, which will also be the eye-to-eye distance between the steering arms (the acutal tube will be 3" shorter than length selected). At selected length, the link will be adjustable from 1/2" shorter to 3/4" longer.

Measuring Tie Rod or Drag Links (GIF)

Tapered Steering Arm Illustration (GIF) 

Note: Always use anti-seize to prevent galling the treads during final installation. Learn why running a tap or die over new threads is so important prior to assembly in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.

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