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Garage Sale - Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link with 11/16 Ends, 46 Inch
Garage Sale - Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link with 11/16 Ends, 46 Inch

LINK,11/16",STAINLESS

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Garage Sale - Stainless Tie Rod/Drag Link with 11/16 Ends, 46 Inch
LINK,11/16",STAINLESS
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  • This product is discontinued.
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  • This item UP78808 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.

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This is garage sale priced because it is scratched.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

These tie rod links are pre-cut and tapped lengths of brushed stainless 7/8" O.D. tubing Tubing will be tapped with right-hand & left-hand threads for adjustability.

Select your length based on the center-to-center of the tie rod ends, which will also be the eye-to-eye distance between the steering arms (the acutal tube will be 3" shorter than length selected). At selected length, the link will be adjustable from 1/2" shorter to 3/4" longer.

Measuring Tie Rod or Drag Links (GIF)

Tapered Steering Arm Illustration (GIF) 

Note: Always use anti-seize to prevent galling the treads during final installation. Learn why running a tap or die over new threads is so important prior to assembly in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.

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

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