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AFCO 20000-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7 Inch

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Specs
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Hole Diameter:
.56
MFG. Part #:
20000-2
Mounting Bolt Center to Center:
6.00
Control Arm Bushing to Ball Joint Center:
7.00
Garage Sale:
No
AFCO 20000-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7 InchAFCO 20000-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7 Inch
AFCO 20000-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7 Inch

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AFCO 20000-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7 Inch

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What's in the Box

  • Strut type tubular upper control arm
  • Made from .083" wall tubing (under 10") and .120" wall tubing (over 10")
  • Cross shaft bushings clearanced to allow shrinkage during the welding process
  • Cross shaft uses 9/16" holes on 6" center
  • 3/16" thick ball joint plate provides maximum strength
  • Accepts Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints
  • Length measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center

Adjusting Camber (GIF)

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