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Default Drag link ends

Recently had our drag link ends replaced and wanted to share the part numbers. E4617 and E4616. Think they were Euclid parts from Tidewater Fleet Supply.
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Drag links are the same as panhard rods??
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Drag links are the same as panhard rods??

No Sir they are not. They are the same as the Tie Rod Ends other than the placement of the Grease Zerk. Replaced them all while at Marks Bragdons a few years back on an SP.
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Recently had our drag link ends replaced and wanted to share the part numbers. E4617 and E4616. Think they were Euclid parts from Tidewater Fleet Supply.
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Drag links are the same as panhard rods??
These terms are always confusing, I think Dave's part numbers are the tie rod ends,
Panhard or stabilizer bar have bushings replaced, the drag link is the bar
from the steering box , these ends are adjustable and repairable.
Others will have different names or terms for these parts.
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The terminology is difficult. Went on a search for the PanHard ends about a month ago and got zilch from the numbers given in other post. Was hoping this was what I needed.
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Yes,these are tie rod/ drag link ends. Try searching for torque rods, ends, or bushings. Transverse torque rods ect. I have seen this terminology used on semi trucks and trailers.
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The terminology is difficult. Went on a search for the PanHard ends about a month ago and got zilch from the numbers given in other post. Was hoping this was what I needed.
I went to the local tractor-trailer supply store and showed them the torque rod from my FC. They came back with a short one and I swapped the ends onto my rod. I think it was similar to this one:

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F191948139821
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