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AFCO 20037LF K5108 Low Friction GM Upper Ball Joint
AFCO 20037LF K5108 Low Friction GM Upper Ball Joint

AFCO 20037LF K5108 Low Friction GM Upper Ball Joint

Hobby Stock, Upper Position, Bolt-in Ball Joint Type, 7 degree Degree of Taper, Steel

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AFCO 20037LF K5108 Low Friction GM Upper Ball Joint
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Position:
Upper
Ball Joint Type:
Bolt-in
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Material Type:
Steel
Hardware Included:
Yes
MFG. Part #:
20037LF
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AFCO Low Friction Ball Joints are designed with 2 ft. lbs. of resistance, the force required to move the stud of the ball joint.  Compare this with standard replacement joints, with as high as 50 ft. lbs. of resistance.  A difference you can feel!

  • Precision machined to tight tolerances, providing consistent resistance throughout the travel of the ball joint to deliver consistent performance
  • Improves weight transfer
  • Frees up suspension for more consistent, repeatable chassis tuning
  • Removes suspension rigidity and allows shock and spring to have more precise wheel control
  • Adjustments are controlled more effectively by the shock and spring instead of the tire which improves traction
  • Provides more accurate set-ups during vehicle scaling
  • Meets or exceeds standard ball joint strength
  • Stock appearing
  • Lower input steering efforts and faster steering wheel return

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Moog # K5108

Application

  • 1967-69 Chevrolet Camaro
  • 1967-69 Pontiac Firebird
  • 1970-72 Monte Carlo
1964-67 GM A-Body
  • Buick (Skylark, Special, Gran Sport & Sport Wagon)
  • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino)
  • Oldsmobile (F85, 442, Cutlass)
  • Pontiac (LeMans, GTO)
1968-72 GM A-Body  
  • Buick (Skylark, Special, Gran Sport & Sport Wagon)
  • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino)
  • Oldsmobile (442, Cutlass, Hurst Olds)
  • Pontiac (LeMans, GTO)

1968-74 GM X-Body

  • Chevy Nova
  • Buick Apollo ('73-'74)
  • Olds Omega ('73-'74)
  • Pontiac Ventura ('71-'74)

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