Chevy Flat Tie Rod Steering Arms, Chrome
Universal Fit, 3.125" Center to Center, Steel, Chrome
- These steering arms fit 1949 to 1954 Chevy spindles
- Traditional style steering arms with a single tie rod hole in each arm
- Must be used with 5/8" hole size spherical rod end - tapered tie rod ends are not compatible
- Uses a 46" eye to eye tie rod when used with a 48" wide axle
- Beautiful chrome plated finish is perfect for show cars as well as daily drivers
Note: Chevy arms use a 46" eye to eye tie rod link when used with a 48" wide axle / Chevy spindle.
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