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AFCO 20046 Steel Ball Joint Sleeve, 1973-95 Truck-Style Lower

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AFCO 20046 Steel Ball Joint Sleeve, 1973-95 Truck-Style Lower

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Smooth bore sleeve for AFCO ball joint 20038-1.

  • 1.980" I.D.
  • 2.185" O.D.
  • 1.00" tall
  • .20 lbs.

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my ball joints measure 2.01" for my dodge. can i use these?

brad1
February 12, 2014

my ball joints measure 2.01" for my dodge. can i use these?

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February 13, 2014
EricM
Sorry I do not have a ball joint sleeve that is 2.01" ID. This sleeve would have to be machined larger on the inside diameter in order to accept your ball joint.
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Why is the I.D.(1.980) larger than the O.D. of the ball joint(1.975), shouldn't it be smaller if it is a press in fitment? Most of the sleeves I found for this ball joint are 1.970" I.D. I would much rather purchase this item from you instead of your competition. I have a thing about loyalties to my part suppliers.

Forsaken
December 04, 2013

Why is the I.D.(1.980) larger than the O.D. of the ball joint(1.975), shouldn't it be smaller if it is a press in fitment? Most of the sleeves I found for this ball joint are 1.970" I.D. I would much rather purchase this item from you instead of your competition. I have a thing about loyalties to my part suppliers.

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December 04, 2013
EricM
These are built with a little clearance so that after welding they will shrink to the appropriate fit.
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