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IMCA Approved Rod End Style Tie Rod Assembly

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IMCA Approved Rod End Style Tie Rod Assembly

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What's in the Box

In the IMCA modified class it's approved to use 5/8" rod ends instead of original outer tie rod ends. When used with the adapter stud listed, this set-up allows you to easily adjust the steering geometry. Includes inner tie rod, steel adjusting sleeve, 5/8" rod end and jam nuts.

Rods available in 17-1/2", 18-1/2", 19-1/2", 20-1/2" and 21-1/2" center to center.

5/8" steel tube replacements available in 9", 10", 11", 12" and 13".

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
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Rob8
Verified Purchaser

Great part

October 11, 2014
Part quality good and priced reasonable. Was shipped on time and allowed us to get back on the track!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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sparkie
Verified Purchaser
canada

this assembly is a time saver

September 15, 2014
quality of parts is very good for the price paid, shipping was on time and as promised
Pros:
  • Very adjustable
Cons:
  • the only con is that i didnt find them sooner
Yes, I recommend this product.
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racer 38
Verified Purchaser
woodriver il

nice part

September 29, 2010
love to save cash to use on more parts. part fit just like it was maid for the car.
Pros:
  • Fit rite saves u cash
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Elmer
Augusta, West Virginia

perfect

August 24, 2010
instead of notching the frame on my bagged and body dropped s10 i use these to lower my control tie rods and they work perfect
Yes, I recommend this product.
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22Q13
St Robert, Mo

Perfect Replacement

April 16, 2010
Much better than OEM even. Detroit should have used this design
Pros:
  • Direct replacement
  • Easy to adjust
  • High Quality
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

17 questions : 17 answers

1 answers

i have a 1972 cutlass will this assembly fit it?

olds442
Chicago, IL, USA
December 06, 2014

i have a 1972 cutlass will this assembly fit it?

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December 08, 2014
EricM
Yes this will fit your 1972 Cutlass. Measure the center to center length on your car to get the correct one for your car.
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is the inner tie rod end a moog piece?

kylemann
November 30, 2014

is the inner tie rod end a moog piece?

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December 01, 2014
EricM
No the inner tie rod is our own Speedway brand. Sorry we do not offer Moog parts.
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what heim joints does this setup use? is it good for a daily driver?

kylemann
November 30, 2014

what heim joints does this setup use? is it good for a daily driver?

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December 01, 2014
EricM
This uses rod end 1750106. For less noise and a longer service life we recommend rod end part number 1503010-RH.
1 answers

will this work on my 1970 camaro or will i need to do the same as the answer about the 81 camaro?

markw
May 18, 2014

will this work on my 1970 camaro or will i need to do the same as the answer about the 81 camaro?

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May 19, 2014
Travisp
Yea you would have to do the same thing as the 81 camaro because they are 11/16th ends and they have a bigger taper.
1 answers

Will thiis work with afco 30271 metic improved centerlink 78 to 88 metic frame what length will I need

reds
Sharpsburg, MD 21782, USA
May 04, 2014

Will thiis work with afco 30271 metic improved centerlink 78 to 88 metic frame what length will I need

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May 05, 2014
EricM
Yes this will work with the Afco 30271 center link. You should need the 17.5" length when using that improved geometry center link.
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can you tell me if this will work on 1967 chevy II

novanut79
Missouri, USA
December 20, 2013

can you tell me if this will work on 1967 chevy II

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December 23, 2013
Jason
This rod end style tie rod will work if using the stock center link. There will be roughly a .22” diference between the stock tie rod length and the one included in this kit. Our kit will have an inner tie rod that is shorter by .22”. You may need to also purchase 91636055-gm for the tie rod adaptor studs or you will have to drill out there spindle to accept a 5/8” bolt. Speedway offers a pinto bump steer kit # 91636058 for the 5/8" bolt.
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Will this work on a 1975 chevy nova? I am using stock pitman and idler arm and spindles. I need a new center link and tie rods to complete my setup for my 1975 nova. Can you help me with part #'s. Need to get away from stock adjustment sleeves.

superfast
Winston, OR, USA
September 18, 2013

Will this work on a 1975 chevy nova? I am using stock pitman and idler arm and spindles. I need a new center link and tie rods to complete my setup for my 1975 nova. Can you help me with part #'s. Need to get away from stock adjustment sleeves.

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September 19, 2013
Jason
Yes these tie rod assemblies can be used on a ’75 Nova. You will need to measure your center to center distance and order the length accordingly, as well as drill and/or tap the spindle to 5/8” to accept the heim joint. The center link for a ’75 Nova is part number 910-32226.
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Will this work on a impala front stub modified?? i ahve a cobra modified looking to see if this item will work on the impala front stub

Pickle14B
Loa Banos
February 01, 2013

Will this work on a impala front stub modified?? i ahve a cobra modified looking to see if this item will work on the impala front stub

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February 01, 2013
Jason
This rod end style tie rod assembly will not work if using the stock center link. The taper of the inners is incorrect and we currently do not offer a kit that will work. The inners needed have 11/16" thread on them.
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Will this work on a 1980 Monte Carlo? What length or lengths do I need?

Chuck
PA
November 17, 2011

Will this work on a 1980 Monte Carlo? What length or lengths do I need?

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November 18, 2011
Mike
Yes it will work, the common length for a G-Body is 18.5
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Can you tell me the tube size and what heim to use to make this piece using my stock inner tie rod end? 1990 C1500 Chevy pickup, 7.4.

July 13, 2011

Can you tell me the tube size and what heim to use to make this piece using my stock inner tie rod end? 1990 C1500 Chevy pickup, 7.4.

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July 14, 2011
Jason
We offer this tube in 9", 10", 11", 12" and 13". It is set up for 5/8-18 threads.
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