All New Adjustable Drag Link with Moog tie rod ends and a machined sleeve
Adjustable Drag Link make from your existing link. A one-inch section is removed from the center of your link, right and left hand threads are lathe cut, and a new Moog adjusting sleeve is installed.
Re-built Idler Arm made from your existing arm. The rubber bushing is removed from the cross member pivot end. This end is machined and fitted with an Ampco bronze bushing, hardened sleeve, thrust washers, and a grease fitting. The ball stud end is cut apart; a new urethane bushing is installed. A new threaded cap with thrust washer and grease fitting is installed.
Re-Built Relay Lever made from your existing lever. Spool O.D. is ground, a new Ampco bronze bushing is installed at the pivot point. The tapered stud is ground and a Ampco bronze bushing is installed with grease fitting.
Adjustable links for your height control valves to replace your worn out fixed length originals. Adjust ride height with the turn of a screw. Eliminates backlash and guesswork of adjusting the levers.
Re-built Height Control Valves. Cost depends on the condition of your valve. Average cost:
Steering Stabilizer consisting of a heavy-duty shock absorber, centering spring, frame-mounting bracket with micro adjustment for centering, and an intermediate rod-mounting bracket, which bolts through existing holes.