FL967 Drag Link May Separate – 2019-2021 Freightliner 108SD, 114SD, 122SD, Columbia, Coronado, Business Class M2, & 2020 Freightliner Cascadia

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February 20, 2023 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 23V105000

Drag Link May Separate

Drag link separation can cause a complete loss of steering control, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 23V105

Manufacturer Daimler Trucks North America, LLC

Components STEERING

Potential Number of Units Affected 60,604

 

Summary

Daimler Trucks North America, LLC (DTNA) is recalling certain 2019-2021 Freightliner 108SD, 114SD, 122SD, Columbia, Coronado, Business Class M2, and 2020 Freightliner Cascadia vehicles. The drag link taper joint may not have been tightened sufficiently and could come loose, resulting in a complete separation of the drag link from the steering arm.

 

Remedy

DTNA will inspect the drag link taper joint and repair it, as necessary, free of charge. Owner notification letters were mailed April 21, 2023. Owners may contact DTNA customer service at 1-800-547-0712. DTNA’s number for this recall is FL967. This recall expands recall number 21V-689.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.

 

Check for Daimler Trucks North America Recalls

 


April 2023
FL967A
NHTSA #23V-105
Transport Canada #2023-083

Subject: Drag Link Tapered Joint

Models Affected: Specific model years 2019-2021 Freightliner 108SD, 114SD, 122SD, Business Class M2, Cascadia, Columbia, and Coronado vehicles manufactured April 2, 2018, through June 25, 2020.

 

General Information

Daimler Truck North America LLC (DTNA), on behalf of its Freightliner Trucks Division, has decided that a defect that relates to motor vehicle safety exists on the vehicles mentioned above.

On the affected vehicles, the drag link taper joint at the steering arm may not have been tightened sufficiently and may come loose. This may result in a gradual loosening of the joint causing a loss of steering control, which increases the risk of a crash. A loose joint may be detected by pre-trip inspections, loose steering, wandering, noises, or vibration.

A Daimler Truck North America authorized service facility will inspect the taper joint, test for accurate torque, and repair as necessary.

There are approximately 74,000 vehicles involved in this campaign.

 

Additional Repairs

Dealers must complete all outstanding recall and field service campaigns prior to the sale or delivery of a vehicle. A dealer will be liable for any progressive damage that results from its failure to complete campaigns before sale or delivery of a vehicle.

Owners may be liable for any progressive damage that results from failure to complete campaigns within a reasonable time after receiving notification.

 

Work Instructions

Please refer to the attached work instructions. Prior to performing the campaign, check the vehicle for a completion sticker (Form WAR260).

 

Replacement Parts

Replacement parts are now available and can be obtained by ordering the kit and/or part number(s) listed below from your facing Parts Distribution Center (PDC).

If our records show your dealership has ordered any vehicle(s) involved in campaign number FL967, a list of the customers and vehicle identification numbers will be available on the DTNA Portal. Please refer to this list when ordering parts for this recall.

NOTE: See Procedure column in Table 1 below. Only choose parts based on the procedure you will be performing. Only 2% of the vehicles involved in this recall will require parts.

Table 1 – Replacement Parts for FL967

Campaign Number Procedure Part Description Part Number Qty.
FL967A Inspect castle nut and torque PIN-COTTER,1 3/4 X 1/8 23-00800-407 1 ea
BLANK COMPLETION STICKER WAR260 1 ea

 

Campaign Number Procedure Part Description Part Number Qty.
FL967A Replacement Procedure

(Only 2% will fall into this category)

Replace drag link and steering arm

Choose appropriate drag link, PLUS

Completion Sticker

LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, T65, 1.04,

31.47

14-17273-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-STRG, THP60, M2, 10 14-17288-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, M2,

THP60, 100BBC

14-17289-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, TAS85,

M2, 106, 131

14-17290-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING,DRAGLINK-, TAS85,

M2, 106, 131

14-17291-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, TAS85,

M2, 106, 162

14-17293-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STEERING, D2, 1400,

DUAL, RHS

14-17294-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLIN, STEERING, D2, 1400,

DUAL, LHS

14-17295-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK,STEERING,

RCH45,SFA,1200

14-17296-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STEERING,D2, FA,

1200, THP60

14-17297-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-COMMON,

SFA, THP60

14-17298-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STEERING, COMMON,

SB, TAS85, FG

14-17299-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, COMMON, SFA,

TAS85, FL, 1200

14-17300-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STEERING, COMMON,

SB, TAS85, FL

14-17301-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STEERING, COMMON,

SB, THP60, DB

14-17302-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, COMMON, SFA, T60,

LWB

14-17303-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STG, LC, 111, 1400,

THP60

14-17310-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, STEERING, M2, 106,

THP60, 20K

14-17311-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-,

COMMON, SBA, T60, 2

14-17317-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-,

COMMON, SBA, RCH45

14-17318-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, SBA,

THP60

14-17322-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLAY, RCH45 14-17324-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLAY, DUAL 14-17325-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AF, 695, THP60,

SWB

14-17334-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLY, TAS85,

14K, SWB

14-17345-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLY, TAS85,

14K, LWB

14-17346-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLY, TAS85,

18K, SWB

14-17347-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLY, TAS85,

18K, LWB

14-17348-000 1 ea

 

Campaign Number Procedure Part Description Part Number Qty.
FL967A Replacement Procedure

(Only 2% will fall into this category)

Replace drag link and steering arm

Choose appropriate drag link, PLUS

Completion Sticker

LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, T65, 1.04,

31.47

ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AB SPLY, THP60, SWB

14-17349-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-07MD,

AWD, THP60

14-17350-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, X2,

MERITOR AXLE

14-17643-000 1 ea
LINK-STEERING, DRAGLINK-, X2,

TAS85, 16-18K

14-17645-000 1 ea
ARM-DRAGLINK, 07AF, 695, THP60,

LWB

14-17648-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, 10AF, 695, T85, 18K TAPER 14-17865-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, 10AF, 695, T85, 18K FLAT 14-17866-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, 10AF, 695, T85, 14K 14-17876-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-M2-SFA-DC, RCH45 14-18299-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-M2-SFA-DC, DUAL 14-18300-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, CMN, 645 SFA 14-18472-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, T60, LWB, 645 SFA 14-18473-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, T85, SWB, 645 SFA 14-18486-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, T85, SWB, 645 SFA 14-18487-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, T85, SWB, 645 SFA 14-18488-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK, T60, LWB ,645 SFA 14-18491-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-AB BO, SWB, THP60 14-18527-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-AB BO, LWB, THP60 14-18528-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-STEERING, THP45, FC1 14-18789-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-STEERING, SD-SFA-SPLAY,

DUAL

14-18901-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-STEERING, SD-SFA-SPLAY,

RCH45

14-18902-000 1 ea
SEE NOTE DRAGLINK-STRG, TRW,

NGC, LWB

14-19428-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-STRG, TRW, NGC, SWB 14-19429-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-TAS85, NGC, 14.6K 14-19512-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-TAS85, NGC, 16K 14-19513-000 1 ea
DRAGLINK-SFA-SPLAY, RCH60 14-19533-000 1 ea
FL967A Replacement Procedure

(Only 2% will fall into this category)

Replace drag link and steering arm Vehicles with

Hendrickson steering arms, choose

appropriate steering arm, PLUS hardware

STEERING ARM AY-LH HDR 60903 435 1 ea
STEERING ARM AY-LH HDR 60903 436 1 ea
STEERING ARM AY-LH HDR 60903 438 1 ea
STEERING ARM AY HDR 60903 439 1 ea
STEERING ARM ASSEMBLY LH HDR 60903 473 1 ea
5/8-11 SOCKET CAP HDR 60236 001 2 ea
PIN-COTTER,1 3/4 X 1/8 23-00800-407 2 ea

 

Campaign Number Procedure Part Description Part Number Qty.
FL967A Replacement Procedure

(Only 2% will fall into this category)

Replace drag link and steering arm

Vehicles with Detroit steering arms, choose appropriate steering arm and capscrew,

PLUS cotter pin

STEERING ARM MBA 6803382101 1 ea
STEERING ARM MBA 6803380201 1 ea
ARM-STEERING MBA 6803382501 1 ea
STEERING ARM MBA 6803380401 1 ea
STEERING ARM MBA 6803380901 1 ea
STEERING ARM MBA 6803381601 1 ea
STEERING ARM (14.7K GAWR) MBA 6803384401 1 ea
ARM, L. H. STEERING MBA 6803382203 1 ea
ARM, L. H. STEERING MBA 6803382603 1 ea
STEERING ARM LH LARGE TAPER UP

IN KM

MBA 6803382303 1 ea
STEERING ARM, LH MBA 6803382403 1 ea
ARM, R. H. STEERING MBA 6803383203 1 ea
ARM, R. H. STEERING MBA 6803383603 1 ea
R.H. STEERING ARM MBA 6803381402 1 ea
STRG ARM, RH MBA 6803383403 1 ea
STEERING ARM, M2 MBA 6813380001 1 ea
STEERING ARM, M2 MBA 6803381801 1 ea
STEERING ARM, M2 MBA 6813380201 1 ea
STEERING ARM, M2 MBA 6803382001 1 ea
ARM, STEERING M3 MBA 6803382301 1 ea
STEERING ARM, M3 MBA 6813380901 1 ea
STEERING ARM, M3 MBA 6803382701 1 ea
STEERING ARM, 14.7K MBA 6803382901 1 ea
STEERING ARM RH MBA 6803380502 1 ea
STEERING ARM LH MBA 6803384503 1 ea
STEERING ARM LH MBA 6803384403 1 ea
STEERING ARM RH MBA 6803380402 1 ea
STEERING ARM MBA 6813381001 1 ea
STEERING ARM 430 RH NGC MBA 6803385603 1 ea
STEERING ARM 390 RH MBA 6813381101 1 ea
SCREW,M20X1.5X80-10.9 MBA 308676020025 2 ea
SCREW M24X2X90 MBA 308676024001 2 ea
SCREW M24X2X90 MBA 308676024003 2 ea
PIN-COTTER,1 3/4 X 1/8 23-00800-407 2 ea
Campaign Number Procedure Part Description Part Number Qty.
SF660A Replacement Procedure

(Only 2% will fall into this category)

Replace drag link and steering arm

Vehicles with Meritor steering arms, choose appropriate steering arm, PLUS hardware

ARM & KEYS TDA 3133Z7696K 1 ea
ARM AND KEYS TDA 3133N7736K 1 ea
ARM-TIE ROD ARM-STEERING TDA 3133S8963 1 ea
ARM-STRG TDA 3133S8963F 1 ea
ARM-STEERING TDA 3133W8967 1 ea
ARM-STEERING TDA 3133E8403 1 ea
ARM-STRG TDA 3133S8417F 1 ea
STRG ARM LH TDA 3133E8403F 1 ea
ARM-STEERING,  LH TDA 3133E7779 1 ea
ARM-STEERING LH TDA 3133B8582 1 ea
ARM-STEERING,  RH TDA 3133C8609 1 ea
ARM-STEERING TDA 3133E8611 1 ea
ARM-STEERING TDA 3133G8743 1 ea
ARM-STEERING, LH TDA 3133L8618 1 ea
STEERING ARM TDA 3133U8679 1 ea
ARM STEERING ASSEMBLY, RIGHT

HAND

TDA 3133V8680 1 ea
ARM STEERING LH TDA 3133E8455F 1 ea
ARM-STEERING TDA 3133G8457F 1 ea
ARM STEERING LH TDA 3133D8454F 1 ea
ARM-STEERING,FRONT AXLE, RH TDA 3133E9287 1 ea
ARM-STEERING,FRONT AXLE, LH TDA 3133F9288 1 ea
ARM-STEERING, LH TDA 3133D9286 1 ea
ARM-STEERING, LH TDA 3133C9285 1 ea
ARM-STEERING, LH TDA 3133F9470 1 ea
ARM-STEERING, LH TDA 3133H9472 1 ea
ARM-STEERING, LH TDA 3133Q9403 1 ea
PIN-COTTER TDA K2618 1 ea
NUT-STEERING ARM TDA 1227Y1715 1 ea
PIN-COTTER,1 3/4 X 1/8 23-00800-407 2 ea

Table 1

 

Work Instructions

Castle Nut Inspection and Tightening

NOTE: This procedure will require two people—one in the cab to turn the steering wheel, and one to observe the drag link steering arm joint as the steering wheel is turned.

1. Check the base label (Form WAR259) for a completion sticker for FL967 (Form WAR260) indicating this work has been done. The base label is usually located on the passenger door about 12 inches (30 cm) below the door latch. If a sticker is present, no work is needed. If there is no sticker, proceed with the next step.

2. Park the vehicle on a level surface, shut down the engine, and set the parking brake. Chock the rear tires.

3. Open the hood.

4. Observe the behavior of the drag link steering arm joint. See Fig. 1.

4.1 With the engine running at idle, and the parking brake still engaged, have an assistant turn the steering wheel in small increments from left-to-right and back several times.

WARNING

Maintain a safe distance from the front tire and the moving steering linkage while observing.

Failure to maintain a safe distance could result in severe personal injury or death.

4.2 While the steering wheel is being turned, check the behavior of the drag link to steering arm joint.

5. Are any of the following conditions observed?

  • The castle nut appears to be loose.
  • The cotter pin is not in place.
  • There is relative movement in the drag link to steering arm joint when the steering wheel is moved back and forth.
  • If the vehicle is equipped with dual steering gears, follow the steps for both sides.

YES → Go to the Drag Link and Steering Arm Replacement procedure, on the next page.

NO → Go to the next step.

IMPORTANT: Do not back off the castle nut to align its slots to the cotter pin hole on the ball stud. Further turn the castle nut a maximum of one-sixth of a turn to align it.

6. Remove and discard the cotter pin from the castle nut at the drag link to steering arm joint, then tighten the castle nut to the torque value shown in Table 3. See Fig. 2.

Castle Nut Torque Values
Size Torque: lbf·ft (N·m)
3/4–16
7/8–14
117–143 (159–194)
207–253 (281–343)

 

7. Install and lock a new cotter pin on the drag link to steering arm joint.

8. Clean a spot on the base label (Form WAR259) and attach a campaign completion sticker for FL967 (Form WAR260), indicating this work has been completed.

 

Drag Link and Steering Arm Replacement

IMPORTANT: For vehicles equipped with dual steering gears, the inspection procedure and the necessary repairs must be performed on both sides.

1. At both ends of the drag link, remove the cotter pins, then remove the castle nuts. See Fig. 2. Discard the cotter pins and castle nuts.

2. Using a ball stud removal tool, remove the ball studs from the pitman arm and the steering arm.

3. Remove the drag link from the vehicle, and discard it.

4. For Detroit® steering arm:

4.1 Remove the capscrews that attach the steering arm to the knuckle, then remove the steering arm from the vehicle. Discard the steering arm and capscrews.

4.2 Position a new steering arm on the knuckle. Apply Loctite® 277 on the threads of the new steering arm capscrews, then install the capscews.

  • If M20 capscrews are used, tighten them 425 lbf·ft (576 N·m).
  • If M24 capscrews are used, tighten them 664 lbf·ft (900 N·m).

5. For Meritor steering arm:

5.1 For non-drive front axles, remove the cotter pin and castle nut that attach the steering arm to the knuckle, then remove the steering arm from the vehicle. Discard the steering arm, castle nut and cotter pin.

5.2 Press the key into the slot in the arm, then install the new steering arm on the knuckle.

IMPORTANT: Do not back off the castle nut to align its slots to the cotter pin hole on the ball stud. Further turn the castle nut a maximum of one-sixth of a turn to align it.

5.3 Install a new castle nut TDA 1227Y1715. Tighten the nut 775 to 1450 lbf·ft (1051 to 1966 N·m). Install and lock a new cotter pin TDA K2618 on the castle nut.

5.4 For front drive axles, see Meritor MX-120/MX-120EVO Service Manual.

5.5 Remove the capscrews that attach the steering arm to the knuckle, then remove the steering arm from the vehicle. Discard the steering arm and capscrews.

5.6 Position a new steering arm on the knuckle, then install the new capscews. Tighten the capscrews 500 to 650 lbf·ft (678 to 881 N·m).

6. For Hendrickson steering arm:

6.1 Remove the capscrews that attach the steering arm to the knuckle, then remove the steering arm from the vehicle. Discard the steering arm and capscrews.

6.2 Position a new steering arm on the knuckle, then install the new capscews HDR 60236-001. Tighten the capscrews 176 to 200 lbf·ft (239 to 271 N·m).

7. Insert the steering arm ball stud of the new drag link assembly through the bottom of the steering arm, then install a new castle nut, and hand-tighten it.

8. Turn the steering wheel as needed to align the hole in the lower end of the pitman arm with the forward ball stud. Insert the ball stud in the pitman arm from the inboard side. Install a new castle nut, and hand-tighten it.

IMPORTANT: Do not back off the castle nut to align its slots to the cotter pin hole on the ball stud. Further turn the castle nut a maximum of one-sixth of a turn to align it.

9. Tighten the castle nuts to the torque value shown in Table 3, on page 11.

10. Install and lock a new cotter pin on the castle nuts at both ends of the drag link. See Fig. 2, on page 12.

11. Clean a spot on the base label (Form WAR259) and attach a campaign completion sticker for FL967 (Form WAR260), indicating this work has been completed.

 

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Chronology :

In or about September 2021, DTNA initiated an investigation on a specific population of vehicles that ultimately had 11 separations of drag link joints. This led to DTNA issuing recall (21V-689) in order to remedy certain populations of vehicles subject to possible steering link separations. In tandem, DTNA actively screened and investigated this second population that did not experience separations and was different from the first population based on the manufacturing location of these vehicles.

Starting in or about February 2022, DTNA and NHTSA had multiple discussions regarding both of these populations within SEL and specific off ramp meetings. In December 2022 DTNA, while in communication with NHTSA, DTNA determined the second population out of an abundance of caution, be fixed via a Service Campaign. This, in good faith and with reasonable engineering judgement was for a perceived quality issue as there were no separations and no injuries or deaths. The Service Campaign, SF660A was initiated for the population of vehicles manufactured at a specific plant within a specific date range separate from recall 21V-689.

In SF660A Service Campaign materials, due to some clerical oversight, DTNA unartfully worded the circumstances as to draglink symptom characteristics for this population of vehicles. In January and February 2023 discussions with NHTSA regarding SF660A continued, and understandably there were mutual concerns despite improbable risk regarding the language of the field action being performed as a Service Campaign. As such DTNA agreed with NHTSA that regardless of the lack of known separations in the field or awareness of any injuries or deaths that may be related to such conditions, the potential risk of this situation leading to a steering separation cannot be ruled out and thus may rise to the level of an unreasonable risk to safety. Out of an abundance of caution, DTNA has made the determination to issue a safety recall to remedy the potential risk.

 


2019 Freightliner Classic Cascadia & 2019-2021 Freightliner Cascadia FL900 Drag Link

 

2019 Freightliner Classic Cascadia & 2019-2021 Freightliner Cascadia FL900 Drag Link

 


19 Affected Products

Vehicles

MAKE MODEL YEAR
FREIGHTLINER 108SD 2019-2021
FREIGHTLINER 114SD 2019-2021
FREIGHTLINER 122SD 2019-2021
FREIGHTLINER CASCADIA 2020
FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA 2019-2021
FREIGHTLINER CORONADO 2019-2021
FREIGHTLINER M2 2019-2021

 


14 Associated Documents

Recall Acknowledgement

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Defect Notice 573 Report

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Defect Information Report

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Recall 573 Report – February 24, 2023

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Amended Defect Information Report

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)

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Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

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Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2023-2

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Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2023-4

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  • Patented cover plate design allows for tighter tolerances vs traditional designs for a more durable part
  • Exclusive cover plate protects against debris leaking into the bearing surface
Bestseller No. 6
HD Switch -Improved Adjustable Steering Drag Link Kit for 436884 436885 & (2) 436887 Husqvarna Craftsman Poulan Pro 532436884/532436885/532436887, 583513301/583513401/583513501 +Plus Sector Gear Caps
  • ENGINEERED⚡PERFORMANCE: Adjustable Ends to Allow Wheel Alignment and Prevent Damaging from Toe In or Toe Out
  • IMPROVED DESIGN: Super Strong 360 Degree Crimp - 50% Stronger!
  • SUPERIOR QUALITY: 4130 Steel with Zinc Coating For Improved Wear Resistance and Rust Prevention
  • INCLUDES: Plastic Wear Guides and New Locknuts
Bestseller No. 7
ASTARPRO 5pcs Front Suspension Kit Outer Tie Rods Ends and Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeve and Drag Link Compatible with 2005-2010 Ford F-250 F-350 SD (Exc. Extended Axle)
  • Tie Rod End Kit Includes: 1x Front Outer Tie Rod End Link - DS300008, 1x Front Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeve - ES3420S, 1x Front Outer Tie Rods Driver Side - ES80754, 1x Front Outer Tie Rods Passenger Side - ES80755, 1x Front Tie Rod Drag Link @ Pitman Arm - DS80749.
  • Perfect Fitment: Direct replacement for 2005-2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty, 2005-2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty Excludes Extended Axle. Please check the Amazon Confirmed Fit and product description for accurate information.
  • Rugged Durability: Front steering kit is easy to install like OEM alignment in steering parts. Heavy-design adjusting sleeve and drag link maximize absorption, tie rod end boot is self-locking and not easy cracked.
  • Easy Installation: Wrench flats ensure easy installation and removal. Tie rod ends inner and outer set have precision tolerances for easy installation. Excellent material is used for automotive replacement tie rod ends kit that makes it more difficult to tear and damage.
  • Warranty and Support: Limited warranty, outer tie rods mounting instruction and friendly customers service.
Bestseller No. 8
ACDelco Professional 45A0194 Outer Steering Drag Link Assembly
  • Case-hardened studs and rolled threads
  • Greaseable design for a long service life
  • Undergo impact, wear, and fatigue testing to ensure quality and durability
  • Coated for corrosion resistance and long life
  • CNC-machined shell leads to high-quality, precision-made performance and additional strength
Bestseller No. 9
Jeremywell 532194740 532194741 Steering Drag Links Set 194740 Left and 194741 Right Hand fits LH/RH Craftsman Husqvarna
  • LEFT and RIGHT HAND (While Sitting On Machine)
  • For Craftsman, husqvarna, weedeater, poulan pro, and other ayp/ehp built lawn tractors RIGHT Drag Link
  • Part numbers: 532194741,532194740
  • IF YOUR STEERING HAS GONE BONKERS THEN THIS DRAGLINK COULD BE YOUR SOLUTION
  • Brand New, Satisfaction Guaranteed
Bestseller No. 10
SureFit Righthand Steering Draglink w/Ball Joint & Hardware Replaces for John Deere GY20771 GY21251 D100 D170 LA145
  • Compatible with John Deere: 102, 105, 115, 125, 135, 145, 155C, D100, D105, D110, D120, D125, D130, D140, D150, D160, D170
  • Compatible with John Deere: LA100, LA105, LA110, LA115, LA120, LA125, LA130, LA140, LA150, LA165, LA175, S240, X105, X115R, X125, X130R, X135R, X145, X155R, X165
  • Replaces OEM Part Numbers: John Deere GY20771, GY21251

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