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1937-48 Ford Plain Zinc 1-3/4 Dropped Steering Arms
1937-48 Ford Plain Zinc 1-3/4 Dropped Steering Arms

37-48 FORD 1 3/4"DROP ARMS

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1937-48 Ford Plain Zinc 1-3/4 Dropped Steering Arms
37-48 FORD 1 3/4"DROP ARMS
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  • This product is discontinued.
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This is Garage Sale priced because it has been installed and returned.

These 1-3/4" drop forged steel steering arms are popular on Model T - 1934 Fords with 4" dropped axles and four-bar or hairpin radius rod suspensions. Will attach to '37-'48 Ford spindles and accept 11/16" Ford "tapered" tie rod ends (both the top and bottom are tapered to allow tie rods to mount above or below arm as needed). You can drill-through with a 5/8" bit to use spherical rod ends.

Use a 46" eye-to-eye tie rod link when used with a 48" wide axle with Ford spindles.

 Steering Arm Ends Guide (GIF)

 Cross Steering Guide (GIF)


  1. For use with spring-over front axles ONLY. Should NOT be used with spring-behind front axle assembly. Flat plate arms are required when using a spring-behind front axle.
  2. Use a 46" eye-to-eye tie rod link when used with a 48" wide axle with Ford spindles.


  • 1-3/4" drop (measured from center of threaded spindle mount holes to the bottom face of the arm, as positioned in the photo)¬†
  • 3-3/8" eye-to-eye centers on mount bolt holes



Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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