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1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms
1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms

1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms

64-72 Buick, 64-72 Chevy, 64-72 Oldsmobile, 64-72 Pontiac, 4.25" Center to Center, Steel

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1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms
1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms
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MFG. Part #:
91034914
Center to Center:
4.25"
Material Type:
Steel

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Back in the day the steering arms on some Chevelle/Malibus were a different length depending on if they were power or manual steering. The manual cars had a longer arm and if you convert them to power steering you still have slow steering. These forged arms are shorter (faster) than manual steering arms. 

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Mount hole pattern to the spindle is 4 1/4" center to center.  Length center of tie rod hole to closest mount hole is 3 3/4" and to furthest mount hole is 8".
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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