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AFCO 20039 K6145 Standard GM Lower Ball Joint
AFCO 20039 K6145 Standard GM Lower Ball Joint

AFCO 20039 K6145 Standard GM Lower Ball Joint

Isuzu, Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Hobby Stock, Lower Position, Steel

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AFCO 20039 K6145 Standard GM Lower Ball Joint
AFCO 20039 K6145 Standard GM Lower Ball Joint
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AFCO 20039 K6145 Standard GM Lower Ball Joint
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  • Made from durable steel and includes all the necessary hardware needed
  • Features a press-in design and has 10 degrees of taper
  • Engineered to fit several GM applications (see compatibility list)
  • Overall length is 4.10" and has 9/16"-18 thread
  • O.D. at the bottom of the boot is 2.38" and the knurled portion measures 2.09"

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Position:
Lower
Ball Joint Type:
Press-in
Degree of Taper:
10 degree
Material Type:
Steel
Hardware Included:
Yes
MFG. Part #:
20039
Notes:
9/16"-18 thread pitch
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Each

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Not all ball joint are created equal.  Thats why AFCO uses the best components from the top manufacturers.  There are many different design characteristics and manufacturing processes that account for the quality and performance of ball joints.  These joints will give you the AFCO advantage!

See Application tab for corresponding vehicle models. 

Item Details

Moog # K6145

Application


  • 1982-2002 Chevrolet S-10/Blazer (2WD)
  • 1982-2002 GMC Sonoma/Jimmy (2WD)
  • 1970-81 Chevrolet Camaro
  • 1970-81 Pontiac Firebird
1973-77 GM A-Body  
  • Buick (Century, Regal)
  • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, Monte Carlo, El Camino) 
  • GMC (Sprint) 
  • Oldsmobile (Cutlass, 442, Hurst Olds) 
  • Pontiac (Grand Prix, LeMans)
1978-81 GM A-Body 
  • Buick (Century)
  • Chevy (Malibu) 
  • Pontiac (LeMans thru '82)
1978-87 GM G-Body
  • Buick (Regal, Grand National, GNX)
  • GMC (Caballero)
  • Oldsmobile (Cutlass, Hurst Olds)
  • Pontiac (Grand Prix)
1978-88 GM G-Body
  • Chevy (Monte Carlo, El Camino)
1977-1996 GM B-Body
  • Chevrolet Impala (All, including SS)
  • Chevrolet Caprice (All)
  • Buick Electra ('85-'90)
  • Buick Estate Wagon ('85-'96)
  • Buick LeSabre ('87-'90)
  • Buick Roadmaster ('94-'96)
  • Oldsmobile Delta 88 ('77-'85)
  • Oldsmobile Delta 98 ('77-'84)
  • Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser ('77-'92)
  • Pontiac Bonneville/Catalina/Grandville ('77-'86)
  • Pontiac Safari ('87-'89)
  • Pontiac Parisienne ('83-'86)
1975-1979 GM X-Body
  • Chevrolet NovaBuick Apollo (thru '75)
  • Oldsmobile OmegaPontiac Ventura (thru '77)
  • Pontiac Phoenix

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