1932-34 Ford Front Four-Bar Kit, Plain Steel
Straight Axle Front Suspension Type, Stock Height Suspension Height Adjustment, Natural
- Modern upgrade for your hot rod
- Designed for stock or tube axles with 2 1/4" boss
- Also fits 2" axles using spacer washers
- Features 1020 steel four-bars with tapped ends, two batwings, tough nylon bushing and hardware
- Complete kit with two bat wings, four 1020 black steel bars with tapped ends, tough nylon bushings and hardware
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Complete kit with two bat wings, four 1020 black steel bars with tapped ends, tough nylon bushings and hardware.
916-39106 Instructions (PDF)
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What's In The Kit
Speedway Stainless 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 RH Thread, Straight ShankPart # 91008051-STRQty x 4
Steel Jam Nuts, 5/8 Inch-18 Right Hand NF Fine Thread, Pack/6Part # 1756046-RHQty x 1
Speedway Plain Stainless Steel 4-Bar Batwing Brackets w/ Mounts, PairPart # 91635006-PLNQty x 1
FRM BRKTS-Front 4 Bar 32/34Part # 91635062Qty x 1
Plain Bolt & Nut Set, 4 Bar KitPart # 91639105-1Qty x 1
4 - 4 Bar Tubes, 7 Degree - Plain SteelPart # 91645131Qty x 1
Q & A
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