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1941 Chevy Drag Link issue #1321839 Wed Aug 14 2019 02:58 PM
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drscott Offline OP
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I have a 1941 Chevy PU and the drag link needs to either be rebuilt or even replaced. Chevy of the 40s does not have the drag link in stock, but they do have the rebuild kits. I have never rebuilt one of these, is it complicated? I would rather just purchase the total drag link. If anyone might have a suggestion on where to purchase, Id appreciate your help.

Re: 1941 Chevy Drag Link issue [Re: drscott] #1321924 Thu Aug 15 2019 03:40 AM
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Rich'sToys Offline
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Welcome to the Bolt!
There are a number of different forums here which would pertain more directly to your question. Scroll down through them and select the one which is most appropriate. Lots of good info here and someone will be happy to help you out.


Rich

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Re: 1941 Chevy Drag Link issue [Re: drscott] #1321927 Thu Aug 15 2019 04:17 AM
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GWWirth Offline
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It's a simple rebuild

Re: 1941 Chevy Drag Link issue [Re: drscott] #1321980 Thu Aug 15 2019 05:35 PM
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truckernix Offline
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The joints at each end have cups and springs that fit around a ball. The ball on the pitman arm and the ball on the steering arm are permanently mounted, and they are not easy to remove. You should take them apart and see if the balls are worn. That way you will know what needs to be done.


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