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1958-60 Chevy Idler Arm Adaptor Bracket
1958-60 Chevy Idler Arm Adaptor Bracket

1958-60 Chevy Idler Arm Adaptor Bracket

Bel Air, Biscayne, Del Ray, Impala, Brookwood, Sedan Delivery, Kingswood, Parkwood, Steel

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1958-60 Chevy Idler Arm Adaptor Bracket
1958-60 Chevy Idler Arm Adaptor Bracket
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Overall Length:
4.375"
Overall Width:
1.8125"
Overall Thickness:
.500"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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This adapter moves the idler forward 15/16" and down 1/2".
MFG. Part #:
91032582

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For use with 1958-1960 Chevy full-size power steering conversion kits. This part is used to adapt a 61-64 idler arm on to an earlier 58-60 full size car when upgrading to our power steering conversion kit 910-32580.

 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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