UMI 2660-1 72-81 F-Body Bump Steer Adjuster Kit, Heavy Duty Race
0.625" Inside Diameter, Aluminum
UMI’s 2660-1 bump steer kit allows adjustment of the outer tie rod height which in turn can help reduce or eliminate toe change during wheel travel. This kit includes a heavy duty 5/8" bolt and washer kit with a wide adjustment range along with an anodized sleeve and jam nuts. The 2660-1 is recommended for ultra high performance use such as large tire road racing, auto-x and high speed drag racing. This race proven kit helps improve steering precision and feedback. Manufactured and raced with pride out of Philipsburg, PA – USA.
Spindle drilling is required to accept 5/8" adjustment bolt. After drilling, the spindle cannot be returned to factory taper.
Bump steer adjustment tools and theory can be found at longacreracing.com
- Heavy duty 5/8" bolt recommended for road race and auto-x use.
- Black anodized aluminum hex tube.
- Race quality rod ends.
- Fits stock tie 11/16" tie rods. No tie rod modifications required.
- Spacers (6 each 0.125”, 0.1875” and 0.250”) and locking nuts included.
- Manufactured and raced with pride out of Philipsburg, PA-USA
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 10 business days for UMI Performance to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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