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Old 06-16-2009, 10:37 AM
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1967 chevrolet 4x4 k-10 pitman arm

How's it going, I'm restoring a 1967 CHEVY K-10 4x4, I need a PITMAN ARM,I've searched almost everywhere on the web,If anyone knows where I can FIND one ,or Has one,or if some other application will work for me,PLEASE E-MAIL ME THANKS A LOT? :

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Try here...... http://www.fillingstation.com/
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THANKYOU,PROSTREET6t9

I went to that WEBSITE, CALLED THEM, THEY DON'T HAVE THE PITMAN ARM,AND SAID THEY ARE HARD TO COME BY THEY GAVE ME SOME PHONE #s TO 2 WRECKING YARDS THAT SPECIALIZE IN OLD CHEVROLET PART'S,1800-886-7277&1800-955-4999 THANK'S FOR THE IMFORMATION AGAIN!
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i've had the same problem on 2 of my own 67 4x4. used a jeep pitman arm with a hole in it then made a small drag link. worked perfect. i am looking for another 67 k20 to restore
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I went to that WEBSITE, CALLED THEM, THEY DON'T HAVE THE PITMAN ARM,AND SAID THEY ARE HARD TO COME BY THEY GAVE ME SOME PHONE #s TO 2 WRECKING YARDS THAT SPECIALIZE IN OLD CHEVROLET PART'S,1800-886-7277&1800-955-4999 THANK'S FOR THE IMFORMATION AGAIN!
I thought for sure they would have it! They're in my neck of the woods and always had what I needed.

Have you tried http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/cb/full.aspx?Page=139
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If this guy don't have them, I don't know if they exist! http://www.vintagechevytrucks.com/index2.html

And don't just look at the web site, give him a call. He is a way more "parts store" than "web site" kinda guy. He has a beautifully organized indoor stored supply of parts in a large warehouse. He is bound to have it!

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should be manual steering type pitman arm and '64-87 same technically

lemme do some research on this because i have forgotten details but i know that 67 68 years power steering was still the old style with the lines running to a ram cylinder on the centerlink bar like the corvettes had

is your truck power or manual steering?

67 should be manual type arm either way however

output shaft diameter could vary however hmm

theres one on this page: http://www.automotix.net/partshotlin...-requests.html

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'64-87 same

take one from a later truck
LMC is listing different parts numbers,.. 67 to 68 part#34-2220, 69 to 72 part#34-2222 for the 2WD. For the 4WD they only show 70 to 72,nothing earlier. I'm not sure what the difference is.
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