Curtis-Style Radius Rods, 36 Inch, Steel, Black
Universal Fit, 36.00" Overall Length, 5.25" Center to Center, .625 Thread Pitch, Steel, Painted
- Female 11/16" RH threads at end to accept a Ford tie rod end
- Axle end is tapped 5/8" NF RH threads in both legs
- Legs spaced for all axle brackets on this page
- Not for use on rear suspension
Speedway Curtis-style radius rods have a classic shape that's more distinctive than most hairpin-style designs. At 36" in length, these are ideal for non-fendered street rods. The axle ends are tapped 5/8" NF RH threads, while the chassis ends have female 11/16" RH threads to accept Ford tie rod ends for the perfect nostalgic touch.
- Axle end side threaded 5/8"-18
- Chassis end side threaded 11/16"-18
- Center to center tube spacing 5-1/4"
NOT for use with rear suspension.
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