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Old 08-19-2010, 08:12 PM
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Smile 78/79 Bronco drag link/steering linkage.

Looking for a drag link assembly, (the drag link itself, and the inner/outer(passenger and driver side) tie rod ends, adjuster) for a 78/79 Bronco.

As straight as possible, and with good joints, no play. (not blown out and rattlin like what I got. )

Will also take individual parts of the assembly, as long as the ball joints are good and rods are not mangled...

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Looking for a drag link assembly, (the drag link itself, and the inner/outer(passenger and driver side) tie rod ends, adjuster) for a 78/79 Bronco.

As straight as possible, and with good joints, no play. (not blown out and rattlin like what I got.
D8TZ3304A .. Draglink / 1978/79: Bronco & F150 4WD except Super Cab / Obsolete

I found 61 of these NOS = New Old Stock.
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D7TZ3310A .. Adjuster Sleeve / Obsolete

I found 8 of these NOS

There are different tie rod ends...with or without P/S makes a difference.

If interested in new parts (where you will find used parts that are any good, I dunno), I'll list the sources.
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I have what you need...in nice shape.Shipping from CT might kill the deal though.
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