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Hoop Style Steering Arm, Chevy Spindle

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Specs
Centerline of Holes:
6.25
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Zinc
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Thread Pitch:
5/8
Garage Sale:
No
Hoop Style Steering Arm, Chevy Spindle
Hoop Style Steering Arm, Chevy Spindle

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Hoop Style Steering Arm, Chevy Spindle

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Hoop style steering arm features boss for 7° tapered tie rod end, but can be drilled for 5/8" rod end. Fits 1949-54 Chevy car spindle applications. Measures 6-1/4" from center of hole to spindle mounting surface (where it is cut down for threads).

Steering Arm End Chart (GIF)

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