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Old 03-26-2005, 01:45 PM
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Drag Link Question (Center Tie Rod)

Hi!
I'm just finishing the front end of my 1970 1/2 Camaro. I got stock with the drag link?

The old drag linke has one side which is fixed and the other side is movable.
Now I went to my parts shop and they gave me two choices:

1- TRW with both ends fixed
2- MOOG with one side fixed and the other end movable

It seems that both items are applicable to my suspension but I don't know what the difference is and which one is better to use?!

Can anyone briefe me on this issue?

Thanks,
Houman SS '70

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I would go on the best price item. Those links are not critical to wheel alignment and are proper length from the factory. All the adjustments are made on the outboard tie-rods.
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Thanks Willys36. I think I'll try the TRW, I like the brand and it's more cost worthy.
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