1937-48 Ford Steering Arms, 1-3/4 Inch Drop
Universal Fit, 1.75" Drop, 3.375" Center to Center, Steel
- These 1-3/4" drop forged steel steering arms are popular on Model T thru 1934 Fords with 4" dropped axles and 4 bar or harpin radius rod suspension
- Bolts to '37 to '48 Ford spindles and will accept 11/16" Ford tapered tie rod ends
- Taper is machined both directions to allow the tie rod ends to be assembled on either the top or bottom side of these arms
- These cross steer style arms have two tie rod connections on the right steering arm to allow attachment of both the tie rod and drag link
- Choose from Plain, Chrome plated, or Stainless Steel versions
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)
- 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.
- 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
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