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#52853 01/21/03 01:31 AM
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Hey,
Do any of the 4 banger experts know if the sockets in the tie rod ends of a '28 Chevy are the same as those used by Model A F&%ds? If they are not the same can they be used? I know that the balls can be used and the springs, end plugs are the same. The socket is the part next to the ball. The sure look similar and much different from those used in the sixes.


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#52854 01/21/03 11:03 PM
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Hey Chipper, you are supposed to be a answer giver not a question asker!

Wish I knew, then I could tell you!
I guess NO ONE knows yet! flush


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Chipper #489164 01/27/24 02:28 PM
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No, the socket for a Model A is smaller. 5/8 ths. or 1/2 inch.

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This thread is not only old it is about to become ANTIQUE. (original post was made in 2003)


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