× 1-800-946-2642 Home My Account Social / Forum Articles Contact My Cart
Shop Now
Select Your Car Type Sale Items Clearance Items
Your Order / Return May Be Delayed Due To Shipping Irregularities.   Read More
Steering tie rod end outer long | Mini & Midget after 1972

Steering tie rod end outer long | Mini & Midget after 1972

Steering tie rod end outer long | Mini & Midget after 1972
Selected: Long Tie Rod End
Part No: GSJ158
$25.95
Qty:
Fits the following:
Classic Mini
Sprite & MG Midget
Alternate Products
Steering tie rod end outer | Mini & MG Midget
$13.95 Steering tie rod end outer | Mini & MG Midget
Classic Mini steering tie rod end genuine
$33.95 Classic Mini steering tie rod end genuine
Use these on a Mini when using longer bottom arms to get negative camber. You don't want to run out of threads!
To check for wear, just jack up your car and grab the wheel on either side as if to attempt to steer the car. If the wheel rocks in and out as you attempt to make small quick steering direction changes, the rod ends are probably bad. If you look at the back of the wheel while a friend does this rocking motion you can typically see the bad rod end in action. These tie rods fit racks with 7/16" UNF threads which includes MG Midgets after 1972.
 
 
Question:
Can you tell me the difference in length between the 'long' tie rod ends (GSJ 158) and the standard length ones (GSJ 100)?
Answer:
They are about 3/4 " longer.

Mini Mania Tech Team

The Classic Mini Parts and Accessories Experts


 
 
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Related Technical Articles:
Classic Mini Suspension, Steering and Handling Data 1959-2000
Created: June 08, 2000
The data on this page relates to all Minis unless specified. Major changes to suspension and steering are limited to the introduction of a new steering rack and steering arms for Mk2-on models. Mk2 steering arms have two `ears' to aid in the use of ball joint splitters; this is how they may be differentiated from Mk1 steering arms.
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...