1955-70 Chevy Replacement Upper Ball Joint, Fullsize Car
55-70 Chevy, Screw-in Ball Joint Type, Steel, Is Hardware Included, Upper Position
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If your car still has ball joints that are riveted in, they are now over 50 years old. These new OEM ball joints feature a metal gusher bearing design that enables grease to flow through the bearing to the stud for reduced friction and enhanced strength and stability. Greaseable socket design allows new lubricant to flush contaminants from the assembly, reducing corrosion and wear.
These new replacement upper ball joints fit the following chassis:
- '55-'57 Chevy car upper
- '58-'64 Chevy car upper
- '65-'70 Chevy fullsize car upper
- '53-'82 Corvette upper
- Chevrolet Passenger Car and Light Truck
- Bel Air
- Corvair Truck
- Del Ray
- One-Fifty Series
- Bel Air
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