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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-11-2012 11:19 PM
the california kid thin tin

it's usually more practical to put the

steering arm up top and the drag link

on the bottom.

it looks a little more organized!

have a nice day!
08-10-2012 05:40 AM
drag link question....

i've seen drag links in cowl steering setups mounted above and underneath the steering the case of a heim joint end with the retaining bolt either nut end up or the tierod end application ....the rod end thru from the top (nut under the steering arm)....or under the steering arm(nut on top of the arm) there a hard and fast rule concerning which way the drag link is mounted (assuming correct geometry) or is simply a case of best clearence and appearance? hope this question makes sense....thanks for the input

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