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Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle
Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle

Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle

Modified, Stock Car, 0.630" Inside Diameter, 0.830" Outside Diameter, 2.00" Overall Length

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Bump Steer Spacer for Pinto Spindle
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MFG. Part #:
91636057
Inside Diameter:
0.630"
Outside Diameter:
0.830"
Overall Length:
2.00"
Overall Diameter:
1.375"
Material Type:
Steel
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If you run Pinto spindles on the front of your modified you cannot overlook the importance of correcting the bump steer geometry. Our steel spacers measure 2” tall with a 5/8” hole and provide the optimum fix for most modifieds.

For those of you who may see a little contact on the track, this steel spacer is a stronger option to the adjustable tie rod adapter.

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

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