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Old 02-15-2010, 07:49 AM
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What the hell is this bar called?


The one circled in black.

My front end has a knock when I steer now, and this bar is loose.
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Drag bar I believe is one term.
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The tie rod
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Drag bar I believe is one term.
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The tie rod
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Tie Rod, the tie rod ends connect to it.
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Tie Rod, the tie rod ends connect to it.
Its got some play in it. What should I do?
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tighten the tie rods on the end if im not mistaken they work like a turnbuckle and screw in and out
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If thats loose you have a tie rod end or two that needs replacing. Take it in for an alignment
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tighten the tie rods on the end if im not mistaken they work like a turnbuckle and screw in and out
yea do that if you want your alignment off!!!

that is a draglink the tie rods are on the end of it do you have play in the joint part where the tie rod connects to the steering knuckle? or is it actually in the threaded part of the draglink
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O you dont need that bar. Just take it out, your truck will prolly handle better.
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