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Garage Sale - AFCO 20026R-2 Round Tube Lower Arm Rubber Bushing Screw-In 16-5/8 Inch
Garage Sale - AFCO 20026R-2 Round Tube Lower Arm Rubber Bushing Screw-In 16-5/8 Inch

Garage Sale - AFCO 20026R-2 Round Tube Lower Arm Rubber Bushing Screw-In 16-5/8 Inch

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Garage Sale - AFCO 20026R-2 Round Tube Lower Arm Rubber Bushing Screw-In 16-5/8 Inch
Garage Sale - AFCO 20026R-2 Round Tube Lower Arm Rubber Bushing Screw-In 16-5/8 Inch
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This control arm is garage sale priced because it is new old stock.

 No Warranty, No Returns On Garage Sale Items 

  • Made from .095" wall DOM tubing
  • Rubber bushing included
  • Uses standard 20051 strut bars
  • Use Moog K727 style ball joints for screw-in and K6141 style of press-in

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Material Type:
Steel
Overall Length:
16.625
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MFG. Part #:
20026R-2
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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