Speedway 1978-88 GM A/G-Body Metric Inner Tie Rod
Ends Tie Rod Component, Inner Position, Straight Tie Rod Style, LH Male Thread Type, Natural
- This factory replacement inner tie rod end fit 1978 to 1988 G body (Metric chassis)
- Also used on many IMCA Modified and Sport Mod applications along with a swedge tube and heim joint outer
- Tie rod end has the grease zerk on the back of the tie rod end and not on the end as an inner tie rod end would utilize
- Greasable design for a long service life
- Castle nut, cotter pin, grease zerk and boot are included to simplify installation
Inner tie rod end for an IMCA Modified race car application based off of a 1978-up Metric GM chassis configuration.
Note: Tie rod end has the grease zerk on the back of the tie rod end and not on the end as an inner tie rod end would utilize. This is not a direct replacement for a Moog type ES2034RL.
Please note the available inner tie rod end #s 910-2034 or 106-30221 noted below when the inner tie rod with a grease zerk in the end is required for an o/e type replacement for the 1978-up GM Metric application.
Moog # ES2034RL
ApplicationInner tie rod end application for IMCA Modified race car application based off of a 1978-up metric chassis configuration.
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