This seat is from the steering section in the Rolls-Royce & Bentley parts catalogues for models built between 1946 to 1955.
Seat for ball pin in the centre steering link.
Ensuring that a vehicle's wheels function in-sync, a track rod is what connects your car's two front wheels to each other. Faulty track rods and track rod ends can cause all sorts of issues. A track rod actually comprises two rods - an inner and an outer track rod. The inner rod is attached to the steering rack and pinion, while the outer rod is attached to the steering knuckle. Together they perform an essential role in a car's steering function.
If they become loose this will certainly affect wheel alignment and steering control. The effect of wear in the track rod end is believed to be the main cause of worn tyres and you might notice a feathered pattern developing on your tyres if this is the case. It is recommended that track rod ends be replaced on both sides of the car at the same time to promote equal wear.
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