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Elgin Industries 2K8035 1961-66 Mustang/Falcon Lower Control Arm
Elgin Industries 2K8035 1961-66 Mustang/Falcon Lower Control Arm

Elgin Industries 2K8035 1961-66 Mustang/Falcon Lower Control Arm

61-65 Ford Falcon, 64-66 Ford Mustang, 61-65 Ford Ranchero, 62-65 Mercury Comet, Lower Position

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Elgin Industries 2K8035 1961-66 Mustang/Falcon Lower Control Arm
Elgin Industries 2K8035 1961-66 Mustang/Falcon Lower Control Arm
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Position:
Lower
Control Arm Style:
Stamped
Material Type:
Steel
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Each
MFG. Part #:
2K8035
GTIN Code:
013122006751

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These stock replacement lower control arms come assembled with ball joints. These arms fit many different chassis from various years.

  • Mustang 64-66
  • Ranchero 61-65 (from 10-15-61)
  • Falcon 61-65 (from 10-15-61)
  • Comet 62-65

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Mustang 64-66, Falcon 61-65
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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