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1971-1972 Midsize/Chevelle Steering Kit
1971-1972 Midsize/Chevelle Steering Kit

1971-1972 Midsize/Chevelle Steering Kit

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1971-1972 Midsize/Chevelle Steering Kit
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  • Speedway Motors makes rebuilding your midsize/Chevelle steering system painless by offering those hard to find parts all in one kit
  • Kit comes with: (1) Steering Center Link Drag Link, (2) Outer Tie Rods, (2) Inner Tie Rods, (2) Tie Rod Sleeves, and (1) Idler Arm
  • This steering kit will give your vehicle overall better handling and a greater feel while cruising the strip or on the race track.
  • All components are machine forged to ensure a high quality finish and greater strength for the longevity of your project
  • Take on any road with confidence and gain greater cornering ability with your steering kit today

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Center Link Included:
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Idler Arm Included:
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Speedway Motors brings you this 1971-72 Midsize/Chevelle Steering Kit with these hard to find replacement center drag links, inner/outer tie rods, tie rod sleeves and idler arm's that are a must when rebuilding your classic vehicle.  They will give your 1971-72 Midsize/Chevelle vehicle overall better handling and a positive feel while cruising the strip or on the race track. 

Kit Contains:

  • (1) Steering Center Link Drag Links
  • (2) Outer Tie Rods
  • (2) Inner Tie Rods
  • (2) Tie Rod Sleeves
  • (1) Idler Arm

Steering Center Link Drag Link

  • Overall Length: 25.50"
  • Center to Center: 24.00"
  • Centerline of Holes: 15.50"
  • Same as MOOG DS749

Outer Tie Rods

  • Overall Length: 9.50"
  • Thread Length: 2.50"
  • Thread Type: RH Male
  • Thread Pitch: 11/16"-18

Inner Tie Rods

  • Overall Length: 9.50"
  • Thread Length: 2.50"
  • Thread Type: LH Male
  • Thread Pitch: 11/16"-18

Tie Rod Sleeves

  • Overall Length: 4.75"
  • Thread Pitch: 11/16"
  • MOOG ES-2004S Replacement

Idler Arm

  • Fits 1968-1972 Chevy A-Body (Chevelle, Malibu, Monte Carlo, El Camino)

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

What's In The Kit

Each kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
  • 1968-72 GM A-Body Steering Center Link Drag Link
    Qty x 1
  • Speedway Motors 1968-72 Chevelle A-Body Outer Tie Rod End
    Qty x 2
  • Tie Rod Sleeve - 4.75 x 11/16"
    Qty x 2
  • Speedway Motors 1968-72 Chevelle A-Body Inner Tie Rod End
    Qty x 2
  • 1968-72 Chevelle A-Body Idler Arm
    Qty x 1

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