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11-08-2018 15:53:49

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I can't find the entire drag link assembly. With only one end removable from the existing setup, do you need to make your own? or use a unit from a different model?



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11-30-2018 15:41:04

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 Re: 202 Drag Link in reply to BIG1RED9, 11-08-2018 15:53:49  
Another puzzle

So I ordered the tie rod ends and to prepare, went to pull them to cut off the end that goes to the pitman arm. I did not previously notice that those tie rod ends are at an angle.
Do I proceed and have at the same plane as the tube and other tie rod end?
Is that angle important?
Do the replacement drag link have one drag link at an angle?



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11-28-2018 06:02:05

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 Re: 202 Drag Link in reply to BIG1RED9, 11-08-2018 15:53:49  
I need to fix or replace these. I see there are complete replacements (have to check lengths) but I don't trust the quality at 6lbs.

My thought is to cut off the end and see what I have to work with. If the tube is hollow enough to allow a tie rod to slide in it, then I will have the old tie rod lock nut welded to it. A tap for that size cost more than the drag links and I am sure a shop around here will figure out how to charge me $500.

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11-09-2018 04:28:37

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 Re: 202 Drag Link in reply to BIG1RED9, 11-08-2018 15:53:49  
Thanks Phil

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Phil Tibbetts

11-09-2018 04:15:44

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 Re: 202 Drag Link in reply to BIG1RED9, 11-08-2018 15:53:49  
Ptfarmer has the right idea, I have cut the end off and welded a new end on also. Just make sure you end up with the same over all length.

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11-08-2018 19:16:48

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 Re: 202 Drag Link in reply to BIG1RED9, 11-08-2018 15:53:49  
Thank you PT

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11-08-2018 19:06:43

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 Re: 202 Drag Link in reply to BIG1RED9, 11-08-2018 15:53:49  
You may try https://gbdorning.com/ they may have them. You maybe able to cut the ends off (they should be hollow), tap them for 13/16" x 16tpi right hand thread, and use the same 182534M91 tie rod ends that are used on the front.

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