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Part # A-3305 | Model Year 28-31
This is the link that runs from the pitman arm at the steering box to the front steering arm. Very good quality, U.S. made. This is the link only, it does not have any of the guts in it. U.S.A.
Part # A-3305-SE | Model Year 28-31
For both the tie rod and the drag link. This kit uses special teflon seats against the ball for easier and smoother steering. Eliminates the drag. One kit does a whole car! U.S.A.
Part # A-3333 | Model Year 28-34
The cap that holds the rubber seal in place on the tie rod and drag link ends. Set of 4. U.S.A.
Part # A-3425 | Model Year 28-31
The heavy felt pad that is placed inside the bell housing directly over the radius ball. U.S.A.
Part # A-3440-S | Model Year 28-31
The authentic style radius cap assembly. A loose radius ball cap can cause steering problems. Fits 1928-31. Lower cap is powder coated black. The only American made kit on the market today!! Ours fits! Note: Radius Ball Assemblies, from the factory, the model had the A-3440-S style radius kit. The A-3440-RE kit (Replacement Ball Cap) is a replacement style kit that was offered by aftermarket companies at a later date. The A-3440-RE kit uses a rubber ball to take up slop from a worn radius ball. U.S.A.
Part # A-3440-W | Model Year
If the ball on the end of your wishbone is badly worn, this washer will help to take up the slop when using the original style A-3440-S radius kit. The washer is .075" thick.
Part # A-3440-A | Model Year 28-31
A special bolt with a slotted head. The retaining pin fits in the slotted head to hold them in place. U.S.A.
Part # A-3445 | Model Year 28-31
On the early style emergency brake cross shaft, these springs pushed against the A-2839-R bushings to keep the cross shaft centered.
The springs were also used in the original style radius rod cap assembly. U.S.A.
Part # A-3405-RK2 | Model Year
If the ball on the front of your radius rod is badly worn, it can be repaired with this repair ball. You will have to do some cutting and welding. Instructions included. This will not fit the early 1928 style which had a solid forging. U.S.A.