Just what you need to get that High Angle Drag Link in your pitman arm on our Y-Link kit using the GM 1 ton high angle rod end. Hole must be drilled out to 1". You may need to grind the end with no shoulder down a little bit in order to get a snug fit. These are designed to be welded, preferably in the TIG process due to the small overall size, however MIG welding them is acceptable as well.
Questions and Answers
cameron C. on -- Asked:
are these designed to work with a gm drag link end p.n. es2027l? what is the difference between this insert and your knuckle insert? project: jeep yj ylink crossover, OTK install.
It has a deeper ream to match the high angle tie rod end taper
Triston C. on -- Asked:
Does the shoulder go on the bottom or top of the Pittman arm?
The shoulder goes on top of the pitman arm if you want the tie rod end to mount to it from the bottom
Aaron C. on -- Asked:
Will this also work on the knuckles? I accidentally drilled my knuckles too big for the inserts made for a 7/8" hole
If you run high angle tie rod ends at the knuckles. It's the same degree taper, just deeper. The drag link insert also needs to be welded in.
Paul on -- Asked:
what is the small and large diameter of the taper (ID)?
About 0.685" on the small end and 0.79" on the large end.
Dave D. on -- Asked:
does it fit the 1 ton chevy tre or the FJ80?
This is for Chevy 1 ton taper(7 degree/1.5" per foot)