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Curtis-Style Radius Rods, 36 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel

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Specs
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Overall Length:
36.00
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Finish:
Polished
Thread Pitch:
.625
Thread Pitch (2):
.69
Garage Sale:
No
Curtis-Style Radius Rods, 36 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel
Curtis-Style Radius Rods, 36 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel
Curtis-Style Radius Rods, 36 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Speedway Curtis-style radius rods have a classic shape that's more distinctive than most hairpin-style designs. At 36" in length, these are ideal for non-fendered street rods. The axle ends are tapped 5/8" NF RH threads, while the chassis ends have female 11/16" RH threads to accept Ford tie rod ends for the perfect nostalgic touch.

NOT for use with rear suspension.

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3 questions : 3 answers

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when using a ford tie rod end does the mounting hole on the chassis need to have a tappered hole to? When using the Curtis style radius rods, 36", polished stainless steel, & using a ford tie rod with tapered ends, does the mounting hole on the chassis need to have a tapered hole to?

leeslakehouse
November 21, 2014

when using a ford tie rod end does the mounting hole on the chassis need to have a tappered hole to? When using the Curtis style radius rods, 36", polished stainless steel, & using a ford tie rod with tapered ends, does the mounting hole on the chassis need to have a tapered hole to?

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November 21, 2014
Tech
If you are using a tapered tie rod you will need to use a mounting hole that matches the same taper.
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Center to center measurement What center to center batwing does this fit

Ratrod34
September 14, 2014

Center to center measurement What center to center batwing does this fit

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September 15, 2014
EricM
These tubes are 5 1/4" from center to center on the axle end.
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Good Morning: Is this price ($299.00) for the Curtis hairpins for a pair ( 2) or not? In one book (catelog) it stated "each" and another stated a "Pair". Going to buy next month . Please let me know. Thanks JimJ

JimJ
Illinois
May 29, 2011

Good Morning: Is this price ($299.00) for the Curtis hairpins for a pair ( 2) or not? In one book (catelog) it stated "each" and another stated a "Pair". Going to buy next month . Please let me know. Thanks JimJ

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May 30, 2011
Tim
Hello, and thank you very much for your question. I can confirm that for $299.99, part number 91645117 is sold to you as a pair of curtis style radius rods. We have them in stock and ready to ship out!
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