The 66-75 tie rod and drag link is known as the "T" style. The tie rod is attached to the right steering knuckle and the left steering knuckle. The drag link is attached to the tie rod and the pitman arm. Dana 30s and 44s use the same tie rod with no variations for 66-75s.

The drag link for the early 66s can be identified by the stock pitman arm casting #C6TZ-3590-H. The thing that makes the early 66s different from the others is the ball joint taper. It's smaller, so the hole in the pitman arm is smaller as well.

The first few years Ford used a spring loaded ball joint in the pitman arm end of the drag link. These were replaced by the regulary non-spring loaded type. All of the tie rod and drag links we sell are the better non-spring loaded style. See our Custom Drag Link page for early 66s.

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