Discussion in 'Fuel System & Electrics' started by deger, Jul 12, 2020.
Sorry Kai but over 50 + years nothing is unworn and the ball wears just the same as the socket, I have seen a lot of these links held on with rubber bands, bits of wire and just plain butchery,as I said why do 1/2 the job and then look silly when the other worn parts let a good repair down with failure. I have seen millions of partial jobs fail just for the sake of a couple of dollars and a little time, most of these aftermarket links come with the balls.
A pic to show length
Here you go mate,these rods should work range of adjustment 88mm to 105mm
Check the linkage rod length required on engine to make sure these are correct
Looks like you have about 105mm between ball centres
Just check this measurement accurately
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