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156
Steering – Typical: '60-69 CARS
Steering Stabilizer
page 152
PICTURE #
Tie Rod, Ball Joint, & Pitman Bushing Tool: This forked tool will easily "pop" out tie rod ends, idler arms, and ball joints. See page 337-338.
1. Idler Arms: Can cause squeaks and shimmy. See also #2 & #3.
GM: Original equipment; NO grease fitting.
NON-GM: Grease fitting for longer life.
1960: Some 1960's used a different idler arm. If yours has a removable bushing where
it attaches to the center relay arm, order a C178 bushing to replace it. (see #4, page 156)
Year CLARK Repro GM
1960-64 Cars C176 A 3 lbs. CX6288 3 lbs.
1965-69 Car s C177A 3 lbs. CX5812 3 lbs.
1961-65 Van Idler Arm: See #3, page 157.
Bolts – Attaching Idler Arm to Body: Sold Set of 2 bolts, lock washers, nuts.
1960-69 Cars "Gr 8" C2136 4 oz./set
2. Seal & Washer – 60-69 Flat Foam Rubber Seal: Slides over tapered bolt. (comes with Non-GM Idler Arms)
60-64: 2 needed; 65-69: 1 needed C177C 1 oz.
Washer: Plastic (usually broken). Goes between foam & idler arm. C177B 1 oz.
2½. Nut – Idler Arm: 1960-69 All C2144 2 oz.
3. Drag Link (Center Link): With pitman bushing installed (#4)
1960-69 Cars REBUILT ONLY: Sandblasted, painted black and new bushing installed. Your old one has a refundable core value if not bent and returned to us postpaid.
With stock rubber bushing C1666R 10 lbs.
With nylon bushing C1666N 10 lbs.
1960: If yours does not look like #3 in diagram, DO NOT order.
4.
BUSHING
Pitman Arm: Rubber with a bolt – as shown. Installation requires removal of drag link. Be sure to remove old bushing “shell.”
Original Rubber – 1960-69 C178 12 oz.
Nylon – 1960-69: Complete but with Longer Wearing nylon bushing. C178N 12 oz.
Nylon Bushing Only: Can use if old shell and bolt are still good. You can get this bushing and easily install it
"in the car" in just a few minutes .
NOTE: Due to various shells and bolts sold over the years, WE SUGGEST THE WHOLE UNIT (C178 or C178N),
but the nylon bushing may work with your unit. C178NB 4 oz.
Nut – Slotted C726 2 oz.
5. Pitman Arm (Steering Arm): Steering box to drag link. See USED page 365.
1960-64 C955 2 lbs. 1965-69 C2052 2 lbs.
6. Bolts: For tie rod sleeve clamp (bolt, lock washer, nut) – 4 needed, sold each.
"Gr 5" C2146 2 oz. "Gr 8" C2147 2 oz.
7. Rubber Seal: Tie rod ends inner or outer (come with tie rods). If tie rods are good but seals are bad – REPLACE!
May vary slightly from original. 1960-69 C637 2 oz.
8. Outer Tie Rod Ends: Check yours for looseness. Fit either side.
Year CLARK Repro
1960-62 C4593 1 lb.
1963-64 C4593 1 lb.
1965-69
C3139 1 lb.
right threads
Slotted Nut C726 2 oz.
Cotter Pin – Set of 5 C726A 1 oz./set C726A: A little small some tie rods
Set of 5 C2199 1 oz./set C2199: A little big some tie rods
Stainless Cotter Pins C3106 1 oz./set Sold Set of 5
GREASE FITTINGS: Usually not included with GM tie rod ends or ball joints.
Straight Grease Fitting: ("self-tapping") For tie rod ends, ball joints. C1049 ½ oz.
45° Grease Fitting: I like these for upper ball joints, especially ones that have been replaced. C1050 ½ oz.
90° Grease Fitting: I like these on inner tie rod ends. C1051 ½ oz.
COPY YOUR PART NUMBER ACCURATELY!
STEERING – 1960-69 CARS: See end of Section for Parts Not Shown
C177C
C177C
C177C
Stabilizer Bars
See page 167B
MULTI-KITS
see Blue pg. MK-12, pg. MK-13
C176A
C177A
C178
C178N
C637
iWARNING: Products on this page can expose you to a chemical, which is known to the St ate of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. **For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov**156Steering - Typical: '60-69 CARSSteering Stabilizerpage 152 PICTURE #Tie Rod, Ball Joint, & Pitman Bushing Tool: This forked tool will easily "pop" out tie rod ends, idler arms, and ball joints. See page 337-338.1. Idler Arms: Can cause squeaks and shimmy. See also #2 & #3. GM: Original equipment; NO grease fitting. NON-GM: Grease fitting for longer life. 1960: Some 1960's used a different idler arm. If yours has a removable bushing where it attaches to the center relay arm, order a C178 bushing to replace it. (see #4, page 156)Year CLARK Repro GM1960-64 Cars C176 A 3 lbs. CX6288 3 lbs.1965-69 Car s C177A 3 lbs. CX5812 3 lbs.1961-65 Van Idler Arm: See #3, page 157.Bolts - Attaching Idler Arm to Body: Sold Set of 2 bolts, lock washers, nuts. 1960-69 Cars "Gr 8" C2136 4 oz./set2. Seal & Washer - 60-69 Flat Foam Rubber Seal: Slides over tapered bolt. (comes with Non-GM Idler Arms) 60-64: 2 needed; 65-69: 1 needed C177C 1 oz. Washer: Plastic (usually broken). Goes between foam & idler arm. C177B 1 oz.2 1/2 . Nut - Idler Arm: 1960-69 All C2144 2 oz.3. Drag Link (Center Link): With pitman bushing installed (#4) 1960-69 Cars REBUILT ONLY: Sandblasted, painted black and new bushing installed. Your old one has a refundable core value if not bent and returned to us postpaid. With stock rubber bushing C1666R 10 lbs. With nylon bushing C1666N 10 lbs. 1960: If yours does not look like #3 in diagram, DO NOT order.4. BUSHING Pitman Arm: Rubber with a bolt - as shown. Installation requires removal of drag link. Be sure to remove old bushing "shell." Original Rubber - 1960-69 C178 12 oz. Nylon - 1960-69: Complete but with Longer Wearing nylon bushing. C178N 12 oz. Nylon Bushing Only: Can use if old shell and bolt are still good. You can get this bushing and easily install it "in the car" in just a few minutes . NOTE: Due to various shells and bolts sold over the years, WE SUGGEST THE WHOLE UNIT (C178 or C178N), but the nylon bushing may work with your unit. C178NB 4 oz. Nut - Slotted C726 2 oz.5. Pitman Arm (Steering Arm): Steering box to drag link. See USED page 365. 1960-64 C955 2 lbs. 1965-69 C2052 2 lbs.6. Bolts: For tie rod sleeve clamp (bolt, lock washer, nut) - 4 needed, sold each. "Gr 5" C2146 2 oz. "Gr 8" C2147 2 oz. 7. Rubber Seal: Tie rod ends inner or outer (come with tie rods). If tie rods are good but seals are bad - REPLACE! May vary slightly from original. 1960-69 C637 2 oz.8. Outer Tie Rod Ends: Check yours for looseness. Fit either side. Year CLARK Repro1960-62 C4593 1 lb.1963-64 C4593 1 lb.1965-69 C3139 1 lb.right threadsSlotted Nut C726 2 oz.Cotter Pin - Set of 5 C726A 1 oz./set C726A: A little small some tie rods Set of 5 C2199 1 oz./set C2199: A little big some tie rodsStainless Cotter Pins C3106 1 oz./set Sold Set of 5 GREASE FITTINGS: Usually not included with GM tie rod ends or ball joints. Straight Grease Fitting: ("self-tapping") For tie rod ends, ball joints. C1049 1/2 oz. 45? Grease Fitting: I like these for upper ball joints, especially ones that have been replaced. C1050 1/2 oz. 90? Grease Fitting: I like these on inner tie rod ends. C1051 1/2 oz. COPY YOUR PART NUMBER ACCURATELY!STEERING - 1960-69 CARS: See end of Section for Parts Not ShownC177CC177CC177CStabilizer BarsSee page 167BMULTI-KITSsee Blue pg. MK-12, pg. MK-13C176AC177AC178C178NC637
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