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Hoop Style Steering Arm, Chevy Spindle

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Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Finish:
Zinc
Thread Pitch:
5/8
Garage Sale:
No
Centerline of Holes:
6.25
Hoop Style Steering Arm, Chevy Spindle

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Hoop style steering arm features boss for 7° tapered tie rod end, but can be drilled for 5/8" rod end. Fits 1949-54 Chevy car spindle applications. Measures 6-1/4" from center of hole to spindle mounting surface (where it is cut down for threads).

Steering Arm End Chart (GIF)

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Studley
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Chester, VA

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July 08, 2015
You need to provide the smaller diameter length dimension at the threaded end in your ad for this product. With the disc brake caliper bracket and spacer and the thickness of the spindle flange, the threads on this product were not long enough to go through these 3 parts and still have enough thread to secure a nut on the threads. Make this length about 5/8" to 3/4" longer. If this is too long for some other applications, the threads may be easily shortened with a hack saw. It would cost about as much to send this product back to you as I paid for it so I'll keep it and try to sell it at a swap meet to recoup some of my money.
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Thread length How long is the thread area. I have disc brake conversion and there are spacers that the threaded area must pass through. I have a 1934 Chevy 3W Standard coupe , with a 1941 chevy front axle and a 66 Dodge pickup steering box. Trying to figure what I will have to use to connect the steering going to need steering link and components. Thanks for any info

Buckfeva
New York, NY, USA
June 25, 2014

Thread length How long is the thread area. I have disc brake conversion and there are spacers that the threaded area must pass through. I have a 1934 Chevy 3W Standard coupe , with a 1941 chevy front axle and a 66 Dodge pickup steering box. Trying to figure what I will have to use to connect the steering going to need steering link and components. Thanks for any info

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June 25, 2014
EricM
Thread length on hoop style arm number 7204020 are 1” in length.
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