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SX3570

SX3570
Steering Knuckle Arm
Also known as “Boomerang Arm” to suit the early non IFS (10/79-8/97) Hilux 4WD’s
Fits on top of the d/s front hub by 4 bolts & links to the drag link.
Brand New replacement – not refurbished or remanufactured!
Basically, if you ase replaceing your ‘Boomerang’ Arm – it is also best to either replace or repair the Drag Link (DL070 is complete replacement Drag Link or TE442K is repair kit only).
New Release Sheet – RAP054A SX3570.pdf

SX5140

SX5140
Pitman Arm
Also known as “Drop Arm” – fits to the power steering box.
8/90-8/97 Toyota Hilux RN105, LN105/105, YN106 4WD (non IFS)
11/83-88 Toyota Hilux LN60/65, YN60/62/65/67 4WD (non IFS)

SX6273

SX6273
Idler Arm
Mitsubishi Triton 96-06 MK 2WD & 4WD

SX7660

SX7660
Idler Pivot
Holden Jackaroo 11/81-10/86 UBS13,16,52 4WD & 2WD wagon
Holden Jackaroo 11/86-11/91 UBS17,55 4WD & 2WD wagon
Holden Jackaroo 12/91-97 UBS25,69 4WD
Holden Rodeo 6/81-88 KB & KBD26,27,28 2WD 1000kg
Holden Rodeo 5/88-03 TFR 2WD
Holden Rodeo 5/79-81 KB40,KB41 4WD wagon
Holden Rodeo 6/81-4/87 KB4 & KBD4 series 4WD wagon
Holden Rodeo 5/87-5/89 TFS17,54 4WD
Holden Rodeo 5/89-03 TFR16,17 & TFS55 4WD
For Idler Pivot with bracket – see SX9710

SX9375

SX9375
Idler Arm
3 Bolt Mount with 205mm c/c on arm
Toyota 4Runner 8/91-1995 RN130,RN135,YN130,YN135,LN130,LN135,VZN130 4WD
Toyota Hilux 8/91-on RN101/106/110/126/130 4WD
Toyota Hilux 8/91-on LN107/111/130/135 4WD
Toyota Hilux 8/91-on YN130/135,VZN100/105/110/130/131 4WD

When fitting this Idler Arm care must be taken to ensure that the stops that come into contact with the arm must touch at EXACTLY the same time as the steering stops, at the back of the front wheel, make contact. “Stop” adjustment should be periodically checked, especially if new wheels or tyres are fitted.

SX9445

SX9445
Idler Arm
Toyota Hilux 8/97-on KZN165, LN16#, LN17#, LN19#, RZN16#, RZN174, RZN19# 4WD

When fitting this Idler Arm care must be taken to ensure that the stops that come into contact with the arm must touch at EXACTLY the same time as the steering stops, at the back of the front wheel, make contact. “Stop” adjustment should be periodically checked, especially if new wheels or tyres are fitted.