With that offset in the rod, you'd have to remove both ends to get it spot on, although it might be possible to turn the rod with one end loose, assuming the offset would allow that. I had a '72 Chevy K10 and an '84 GMC K2500 and they both had the tie rod (without offset) in front of the axle, along with an adjusting sleeve. There looks to be enough space on the left end of the rod to cut and rethread the rod and use a sleeve. It would need to be a left hand thread to form basically a turnbuckle. Then adjusting toe-in would entail loosening the clamps on the sleeve and turning it so the ends could stay installed in the steering arms.
Sack's pic is of a Classic Industries catalog page. I have the same catalog.
Last edited by klhansen; Tue Feb 23 2021 07:32 PM.
First car '29 Ford Special Coupe
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