Steering Center Link Manual Steering 1967-1969

CJ's Part Number: DS772
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While you are replacing or switching to a manual steering center link, it's also a good idea to update or replace the inner tie rod ends and the pitman arm as well.
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Steering Center Link Manual Steering 1967-1969

Product Description

Steering Center Link for all 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs with Manual Steering.

This Steering Center Link is the heart and soul of the steering system in all 1967, 1968 and 1969 V8 Mustangs with manual steering. The center link connects the inner and outer tie rods with the spindle and is responsible for turning both wheels simultaneously, for proper and controlled steering in your Mustang. If you feel like you don’t have sufficient control over your Mustang, check for worn or loose ball studs and worn or oblong holes caused by loose connections and pick up this Center Link today from CJ Pony Parts to remedy the problem and tighten everything up.

If you want to take full control of your Mustang and feel the difference in the steering system that a new center link will make in your 1967, 1968 or 1969 Mustang with manual steering, then install this Steering Center Link, also known as the "drag link", from CJ Pony Parts today! This steel bar is a solid piece that will securely connect the pitman arm to both of the tie rods and tighten up and make the manual steering in your Mustang even more accurate and effortless. This center link, along with properly functioning and reliable pitman arms and tie rod ends, are pivotal parts to having complete accurate and safe steering in your 1967, 1968 or 1969 Mustang!

Please Note: This steering center link will NOT fit 1969 Boss Mustangs.

If the steering components in your Mustang are breaking down and becoming less responsive after years of wear and tear, don’t fret, there is nothing to fear. Here at CJ Pony Parts we have hundreds of Mustang Steering parts to offer you that allow for upgrading and replacing at affordable prices and in timely fashion! Order one of these parts online now or give the sales team at CJ Pony Parts a call today!

Purchase a new Steering Center Link for all 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs with Manual Steering from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Steering Center Link Manual Steering 1967-1969 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Drag link Great product and customer service. Will be shopping with these guys again
Date published: 2016-01-19
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Product Questions

my mustang is rh drive is this compatiable

Asked by: graza
Unfortunately I cannot accurately answer your question. Without the vendor supplying any information regarding fitment for non-US Spec cars and CJ's not having a car to test parts on, we cannot confirm this part working on your vehicle.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-11-02

will this centerlink interchange for a power steering car?

Asked by: Frank72
No, it only works on manual steering cars.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-06-09

G'day. I have the ram style power steering actuator in my '69 Grande and I'm thinking of fitting the Borgsen power steering box as an upgrade. Can I use this item and the Borgsen pwr stg box instead of the adapter fitting that's in the Borgsen conversion?

Asked by: Greggles

Hi there could you give me the holes sizes for the tie fitment, the centre distances from each mount position and the nominal diameter of the drag link bar? I have an Australian XR falcon and the drag link is 17mm nominal diameter. Cheers Bret

Asked by: ratink
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