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1975-81 Camaro Inner Tie Rod
1975-81 Camaro Inner Tie Rod

1975-81 Camaro Inner Tie Rod

75-81 Chevy Camaro, 75-81 Pontiac Firebird, Hobby Stock, Ends Tie Rod Component, Inner Position

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1975-81 Camaro Inner Tie Rod
1975-81 Camaro Inner Tie Rod
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Tie Rod Component:
Ends
Position:
Inner
Tie Rod Style:
Bent
Thread Type:
LH Male
Thread Pitch:
11/16"-18
Stud Length:
.75"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Overall Length:
10.16"
Thread Length:
2-3/4"
Stud Diameter:
.43"
Center Hole to End of Shank:
9.40
Shank Diameter:
.68"
Grease Zerk Included:
Yes
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Inner tie rod for 1975-81 Camaro. 

  • 11/16"-18 Thread Pitch 

Item Details

(moog ref - ES442L MOOG)

Application

  • 1975-79 Camaro
  • 1980-81 Camaro w/ 8 cylinder

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

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