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Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit with 11/16 Tie Rod Ends

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Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit with 11/16 Tie Rod Ends
Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit with 11/16 Tie Rod Ends

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Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit with 11/16 Tie Rod Ends

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These tie rod or drag link kits are pre-cut and tapped lengths of brushed stainless 7⁄8" O.D. tubing available multiple lengths. Kits come complete with 11/16" traditional 7° tie rod ends and jam nuts.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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  • Not for use with flat steering arms
  • Use only with Ford type steering arms with a tapered hole
  • Not normally used with Chevy spindles

Note: When using the cross steering end, the tube length will need to be 6" shorter than the eye-to-eye length. Example: A 46" kit will need 40" tube length.

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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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These tie rod or drag link kits are pre-cut and tapped lengths of 7⁄8" O.D. tubing available multiple lengths. Kits come complete with 11/16" traditional 7° tie rod ends and jam nuts. 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. 

 

Chrome Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit with Stainless 11/16 Inch Tie Rod Ends
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Specify desired length in comments section of shopping cart. No returns/exchange on custom length links. 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.

  • Precut and tapped lengths of 7/8" O.D. tubing
  • Available in these assembled lengths: 25.5", 28.5", 30", 32", 42.5", 44", 45", 46", 48", 52.5", and 54"
  • Complete with 11/16" tie rod ends and jam nuts
  • Adjustable from 1/2" shorter to 3/4" longer
  • Available in chrome with stainless steel tie rods
  • All lengths measured eye-to-eye

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.

Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link Kit with 11/16 Tie Rod Ends, Custom Length
                        

These tie rod or drag link kits are pre-cut and tapped lengths of brushed stainless 7⁄8" O.D. tubing available in a custom length. Kits come complete with 11/16" traditional 7° tie rod ends and jam nuts. 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 3-1/2" 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.

Chrome Cross Steering Tie Rod End, 11/16-18 LH Threads
                        

Cross steering means the drag link reaches across the car and attaches to the passenger-side steering arm. If that steering arm has only one hole, you'll need to build the tie rod with this tie rod end on the RH side. Then the drag link attaches to the eyelet (which is tapered 1/2 way from both sides.)

  • Not for use with flat steering arms
  • Use only with Ford type steering arms with a tapered hole
  • Not normally used with Chevy spindles

Note: When using the cross steering end, the tube length will need to be 6" shorter than the eye-to-eye length. Example: A 46" kit will need 40" tube length.

Pro-Blend 1720 Anti-Seize Compound
                        

Apply Pro-Blend anti-seize directly to any metal surface that may gall or seize due to heat, pressure, torque loading or shock. Excellent in environments of gas, alcohol, water, solvents, dirt, sand, and grit.

  • Defies contact of dissimilar or like metals
  • Not affected by heat, moisture, salt water, or corrosion

Learn why using anti-seize is so important in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.