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Elgin Industries ES387R 1970-73 Mustang Outer Tie Rod End
Elgin Industries ES387R 1970-73 Mustang Outer Tie Rod End

Elgin Industries ES387R 1970-73 Mustang Outer Tie Rod End

70-73 Ford Mustang, Ends Tie Rod Component, Outer Position, Bent Tie Rod Style, Natural

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Elgin Industries ES387R 1970-73 Mustang Outer Tie Rod End
Elgin Industries ES387R 1970-73 Mustang Outer Tie Rod End
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Tie Rod Component:
Ends
Position:
Outer
Tie Rod Style:
Bent
Thread Type:
RH Thread
Thread Pitch:
11/16"-18
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Taper Small End:
.535"
Taper Large End:
.600"
Center Hole to End of Shank:
4.47
Grease Zerk Included:
Yes
GTIN Code:
013122077621
MFG. Part #:
ES387R
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High quality 1970-73 Mustang outer tie rod end.

Specs

  • Length from Center of Stud to End of Threads: 4.47"
  • Threads: 11/16"-18 RH
  • Top of Taper: .600"
  • Bottom of Taper: .535"
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