Front Hairpin Radius Rods, 27 Inch, Chrome Steel
Universal Fit, 27.00" Overall Length, .875" Tube O.D., 4.50" Center to Center, Steel, Chrome
- Universal Fit
- 27" overall length
- 7/8" O.D.
- Sold in pair
- Chrome finish
These front radius rods are ideal for smaller or full-fendered cars. Rugged, 7/8" O.D. chrome plated steel tubing is threaded 5/8"-18 NF right hand at each end.
Designed to be used with batwings or axle brackets with a 5" center to center bolt hole spacing on front tube or I-beam axles only. Not to be used for rear suspensions. Before installing the heim joints or clevis ends, the actual measurement will be center to center 4-1/2". The angle of the tube will increase the measurement to 5" after installing the end hardware.
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