Our 18200 pitman arm torque adapter allows users to loosen and tighten the 46mm sector shaft nut on today’s modern ¾ and 1-ton trucks which need specialty tools due to their oversized heavy-duty components. A perfect example is when servicing and or replacing the pitman arm on 2010 and later Ford, GM, Dodge/Ram trucks steering boxes. This tool is perfect when you need to accurately tighten fasteners that you cannot reach with a socket. The slim design allows it to clear the steering box housing and other obstacles without removing various sub-components such as the track arm, track arm bracket and related components. Engineered to work on both the factory pitman arms and aftermarket drop-style pitman arms that are installed on trucks with lift kits. The pitman arm torque adapter is made from forged 4140 chromoly and heat-treated for long life. The precision broached 46mm 12-point design enables the user to properly clock the tool for the desired clearance required to remove the nut. Our box end torque adapters come with an enclosed head end that fits around and grips the entire head of the fastener while the opposite end can be attached to a torque wrench or ratchet handle. They allow a specific torque to be applied to a fastener that cannot be accessed by a regular socket.
- 3/4”-drive tool that is in demand and nothing similar currently exists.
- Slim design eliminates the removal of various steering subcomponents.
- Forged from 4140 chromoly and heat treated to Schley specifications.
- Precision broached to the correct 46mm size.
- 2010 and later Ford, GM, Dodge/Ram trucks and other applications.
- Our box end torque adapters come with an enclosed head end that fits around and grips the entire head of the fastener while the opposite end can be attached to a torque wrench or ratchet handle.
- Please refer to the insert card proper torque specs for the added length of the torque adapter.