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Elgin Industries 4K377 1955-57 Chevy Car Centerlink Idler Arm Bushing
Elgin Industries 4K377 1955-57 Chevy Car Centerlink Idler Arm Bushing

Elgin Industries 4K377 1955-57 Chevy Car Centerlink Idler Arm Bushing

Bel Air, One-Fifty Series, Two-Ten Series, Nomad, Sedan Delivery, Del Ray

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Elgin Industries 4K377 1955-57 Chevy Car Centerlink Idler Arm Bushing
Elgin Industries 4K377 1955-57 Chevy Car Centerlink Idler Arm Bushing
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013122010420
MFG. Part #:
ELGIN 4k377 MOOG K377
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1.147 OD, .630 ID, 1.685 LG, 1.465 FLANGE DIA. HARRIS 62144,ELGIN 4K377, MOOG K377

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Make your centerlink work like new again with these replacement rubber bushings. They repair the idler arm end of the centerlink on your 1955-57 Chevrolet passenger car.

  • Replacement rubber bushing
  • Repairs the idler arm end of the centerlink
  • 1955-57 Chevrolet passenger cars
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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