Help is just a click away!
Click here to chat with a Speedway Team Member
âś–
đź’¬
Online - Chat with us!
Chat
Products to Compare (max of 3)
X
Compare These Parts
Talk to the Experts. Call 800.979.0122, 7am-10pm, everyday.
Customer Service
Since 1952
in
in
  • Expert Tech Support
  • Huge Inventory
  • Fast Shipping
Talk to the Experts. Call 800.979.0122
Shop By
Support
Account
Street Race Truck More... The Toolbox
Add to Cart
$49.99
Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, 5/8-18 Hole
Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, 5/8-18 Hole

Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, 5/8-18 Hole

1940 Ford Pickup, 37-41 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup, Steel, Zinc Plated, 9.00" Overall Length

1 Review | 2 Answered Questions
In Stock
Can Ship FREE
Select your vehicle to verify fitment.
Select Vehicle
Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, 5/8-18 Hole
Ford Lower Tie Rod Steering Arms, Plain, 5/8-18 Hole
Zoomed In Image
Part # 91632035
$49.99
pair
Quantity:
Add to Cart
Call to Order
Add to Buildlist
Compare

Details
Reviews
Q&A
Videos & Articles

Important Messages:

  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.

Details

MFG. Part #:
91632035
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Overall Length:
9.00"
Overall Width:
2.50"
Overall Thickness:
.75"
Thread Pitch:
5/8"-18
Sold in Quantity:
Pair

Info

These lower tie rod steering arms are sold in pairs.  They are designed to fit 1937-1948 Ford spindles and cannot be used with dropped axles.  They will not clear a dropped axle. Has 3-3/8" eye-to-eye centers on mount bolt holes.

  • Steel Material
  • Zinc Finish
  • 3-3/8" mount centers
  • 2-1/2" inch width
  • 3/4" thickness 
  • Used with 5/8" spherical rod end and accepts 5/8"-18 bolt
  • Not for use with dropped axles

Steering Arm Ends Guide (GIF)

Parallel Steering Set-Up Guide (GIF)

 

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

Related Products

More Like This

Reviews

Q & A

Videos & Articles
  • Project Chevelle upgrades the 4 drum brakes single master cylinder that was an unfortunate set of boxes checked on this Chevelle’s order sheet.
  • Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
  • So you're just about finished on your front end and it's time to install the steering linkage! Speedway can show you how to properly measure for a Tie-rod or Drag-link to make sure steering is easy on your rod.

You May Also Like

Suggestions
Error
Note
Ok