I'm impressed! Thanks for the info!
1968 should be the same as 69 and 67 should be the same except for outer tie rod is 1" shorter and toe in adjuster sleeve is a half inch longer.
Here's a short list from my web page:
Both sides outer tie rod 67 ES348R (4.62" long)these are shorter than 68-69, don't know why, is adjuster sleeve longer on a 67?
Both sides outer tie rod 68-69 ES381RL (5.75" long)
Both sides Inner tie rod 67-69 ES681N
Toe in adjuster sleeve 68-69 ES350S
Upper ball joint K5108 67-69
Lower ball joint K5103 67-69
Upper control arm Shaft kit K5250
Idler arm + bracket K6099 all 68-69 5.375" long - cast iron, not forged steel.
Idler arm, K6093 all 67 5 3/4" long (no longer available)
Pitman, manual K6150 68-69 (short)
Pitman K6151 PS, short 5.25"
Pitman, PS K6154, 67-69 5.78" long (probably 5 3/4") 32 splines 1.1-1.18 diam. Not longer available from Moog.
Pitman, PS , long, Moog# 6582 New production run, no grease fitting - Currently available at any auto parts store that sells Moog parts.
Pitman, PS long, TRW # 18770 Same as above. Probably a Moog part in a TRW box.
NOTE: There are two length pitman arms for power and two lengths for manual. Std 17 to 1 ratio power steering uses 5.25"
Optional fast ratio PS, uses 5.7" long Pitman arm.
Check my web page for First Gen Camaro suspension info:
67 RS 327 original owner. 69 Camaro Vintage Racer, 65 Lola T-70 Chev SB Can-Am Vintage Racer