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Steering Connecting Rod Repair Kit (drag link)
Fits 46-64 Truck, Station Wagon

Part # 923418A

New Steering Connecting Rod Repair Kit (1 required per vehicle)

Complete for both ends of drag link. Comes with all new caps, cups, springs and washers. Eliminates slop between pitman arm and bellcrank.

46-64 Truck
46-64 Station Wagon

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Will this kit fit a 48 2wd pickup?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
I believe they are the same screw size.

Will this kit work with a 1949 Willys Overland 4x4 truck?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct.

I plan on ordering this part. Can you tell me if there is a way to tell if the pitman arm is worn to the point where this part won't be enough to fix the excess play in this area? Thickness size? Or just observation? Working on a 1959 Willy's Jeep truck 4wd 226.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
If your pitman arm ball is egg shaped I would consider replacement.

Is this the correct kit for a 1951 Willys Jeep 4-73 Pickup? Thanks.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct.

what is the difference in part # 923418A and part # 923418

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
They are the same. The A is an interchange

Is this the correct repair kit for a 52 wagon with the planar suspension? I also need a sector shaft repair kit for the same 52 wagon, planar suspension and the shaft measures 7/8" in diameter. The number on the lid of the "ROSS" gear box is T125996.......also appearing on the lid is an "M" and "W 2"................ Do you have those? I did not see it offered.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
805123A is the proper one for your sector on the planar suspension. I do believe the drag link is different.

Is there a difference between front/rear of the drag link? Also, how do you compress the spring? I can't get it to fit.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
They are the same. Some vehicles only take 1 spring and only 1 spacer.

Does this fit a 1957 FC-170?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Sorry, I don't believe so.

What is the trick to get the slotted caps out? I've tried penetrating oil, heat, torque with no luck. Mine also don't have covers to keep dirt out. It's a '48 Truck if it makes a difference.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Really just use a very large Phillips head screw driver and they should come out. There is nothing else holding them in place. Sometimes the drag link will get bent thru the years and it becomes very hard to get them out.

Will this kit fit a '65 Gladiator?

Willys Tech:
The J-series used a different set up.

Will this kit work for a 1948 Jeepster?

Willys Tech:
Sorry, I believe the jeepster is different.

Will this fit the drag link for a '64 Wagon with the 230OHC and bellcrank steering?

Willys Tech:
Yes that is correct. As long as you are the older 64 and back body style.

Will this fit a 6-226 Wagon?

Willys Tech:
Yes that is correct.

I have installed the drag link repair kit and relocated it on the wagon. I have also installed a new steering arm and ball on the pitman arm. How tight are the end caps on the drag link adjusted?

Willys Tech:
You want a good tight slip fit. Not enough to bind but not have slop.
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