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3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes

3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes

Universal Fit, 1.125" Tube O.D., 3/4"-16 RH/LH Thread Pitch, Chromoly, Zinc Plated

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3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
3/4 Inch Chromoly Swedged Tubes
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  • These chromoly swedged tubes work well for suspension links, and radius rods on circle track cars, road race, street cars, and more
  • 1-1/8" OD chromoly tube with .058" wall thickness maintains strengths without adding excess weight
  • 3/4"-16 RH thread in one end and LH thread in the other allows for easy length adjustment of the assembly by spinning the tube
  • Useful for 4 link bars, 2 link bars, Panhard bars, front control arms, steering tie rods, etc.
  • Zinc plated to resist corrosion


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3/4"-16 RH/LH
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Zinc Plated
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4130 tubing
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1 1/8" OD x .058 wall. 4130 tubing.

3/4"-16 fine thread.

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