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1955-1957 Chevy Manual Steering Pitman Arm
1955-1957 Chevy Manual Steering Pitman Arm

1955-1957 Chevy Manual Steering Pitman Arm

Bel Air, One-Fifty Series, Two-Ten Series, Nomad, Sedan Delivery, Del Ray

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1955-1957 Chevy Manual Steering Pitman Arm
1955-1957 Chevy Manual Steering Pitman Arm
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This 1955-1957 Chevy passenger car pitman arm is a direct replacement for original manual steering box arms (GM part # 3719487). Can also be used with GM 500 series power steering conversion boxes.

Specs

  • Round ball stud is 1" O.D.
  • Lazy S shape with 2-1/2" side step
  • Approx. 2" of drop to top of ball
  • 4 master splines
  • I.D. for splined shaft 1.071 to 1.082
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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