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1973-1977 GM Intermediate Pitman Arm
1973-1977 GM Intermediate Pitman Arm

1973-1977 GM Intermediate Pitman Arm

Hobby Stock, Modified, Stock Car, 5.50" Center to Center, 1.104" Hole Diameter, .88" Drop

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1973-1977 GM Intermediate Pitman Arm
1973-1977 GM Intermediate Pitman Arm
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MFG. Part #:
91032555
Center to Center:
5.50"
Hole Diameter:
1.104"
Spline Count:
32 and 4 master
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Drop:
.88"
Notes:
Fits Sweet and GM 800 boxes.

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We all know how hard it is to find 1973-77 GM pitman arms and what a pain they are to take off.

  • Degree of Taper: 7 degree
  • Center to Center: 5.50
  • Drop: 0.75
  • Spline Count: 32 and 4 master
  • Hole Diameter: 1.104
  • Top of Taper: 0.644
  • Bottom of Taper: 0.560
  • Notes: Fits Sweet and GM 800 boxes. These 1973-1977 Intermediate GM pitman arms are used. We clean and inspect each one.

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

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