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Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Length:
2.00
Overall Diameter:
1.375
Inside Diameter:
0.630
Outside Diameter:
0.830
Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle
Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle
Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle

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If you run Pinto spindles on the front of your modified you cannot overlook the importance of correcting the bump steer geometry. Our steel spacers measure 2” tall with a 5/8” hole and provide the optimum fix for most modifieds.

For those of you who may see a little contact on the track, this steel spacer is a stronger option to the adjustable tie rod adapter.

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What chassis/parts are these designed to be used with? For example; Metric chassis, Nova lowers, Pinto spindles or Metric Chassis, Metric Lowers, Pinto Spindles, or Crown Vic chassis, pinto spindles, or Chevelle Chassis, Pinto spindles. I'm not sure there is an optimum fix for the combinations of parts used on modifieds today. Which combination are these spacers supposed to suit best?

Mod77L
Northern WI
May 20, 2013

What chassis/parts are these designed to be used with? For example; Metric chassis, Nova lowers, Pinto spindles or Metric Chassis, Metric Lowers, Pinto Spindles, or Crown Vic chassis, pinto spindles, or Chevelle Chassis, Pinto spindles. I'm not sure there is an optimum fix for the combinations of parts used on modifieds today. Which combination are these spacers supposed to suit best?

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May 21, 2013
Jason
These spacers are commonly used on Chevelle stub cars with stock lower control arms and pinto spindles. To know exactly what height of spacer you need for any particular car (including Chevelle stub cars) you should check your bump steer with a bump steer gauge like our part number 91082700. Not all cars require the same height spacer to get the bump steer correct.
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What is the diameter of the cone-end?

lostfords
N.Mississippi
December 27, 2011

What is the diameter of the cone-end?

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December 28, 2011
Jason
Material Type : Steel Overall Length : 2.00 Inches (in) Sold in Quantity : Each Overall Diameter : 1.375 Inches (in) Inside Diameter : 0.630 Inches (in) Outside Diameter : 0.830 Inches (in)
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