GARAGE SALE - AFCO 20038-1 Ball Joint Lower Longer DES
Press-in Ball Joint Type, 10 degree Degree of Taper, Steel, Hardware Included, Lower Position
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This is garage sale listing because it is new old stock
Not all ball joints are created equal. Thats why AFCO uses the best components from the top manufacturers. There are many different design characteristics and manufacturing processes that account for the quality and performance of ball joints. These joints will give you the AFCO advantage!
Used on IMCA cars to raise roll center (raised pivot point).
- These ball joints use a 1973-95 GM Truck taper, but they have a longer (taller) stud than the stock GM part. The taller stud changes the pivot point due to its length, which in turn raises the cars roll center. Very common ball joint on IMCA Modifieds.
- Lower ball joint fits most stut cars, 1971-1976 Impala and most wide-type dirt cars. Press-In.
- Fits most popular racing and passenger car spindles.
Moog # K6117
Stud is 3/8" longer
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