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Replacement Tie-rods and Draglink for Datsun racecar

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Joe Harlan

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Not really a big project but I made these replacement parts for a racecar I am restoring. Waiting for the left hand thread rod-ends so I can install them.

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I like how you used the rod end bearings instead of ball joints. I've used the same thing for the steering linkage on an off road buggy I built about 15 years ago.

Good luck on your project and Thanks for sharing!!!
 
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