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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

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

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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

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

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