Right Inner Tie Rod End, Type 1 '66 thru '68, EMPI
Is your steering loose and out of control? It might be time to change your tie rod ends. They're super easy to check. Just watch them as someone turns the wheel back and forth. If they're worn, you'll see some play between the tie rod and the end as the steering is barely turned. You can wiggle them with your hand, too. Loose tie rods cause tires to wear improperly, steering control to be unsafe, the wind blowing the car around the road, passing trucks to suck you closer to them, and all sorts of other unsafe conditions. We recommend when replacing one of them, to replace them all at the same time.