Garage Sale - AFCO 20038LF Low Friction 1971-76 Impala/Caprice Lower Ball Joint
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This is garage sale priced because it is new, old stock. It is being sold as is pictured. Please see photos above for further details.
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AFCO Low Friction Ball Joints are designed with 2 ft. lbs. of resistance, the force required to move the stud of the ball joint. Compare this with standard replacement joints, with as high as 50 ft. lbs. of resistance. A difference you can feel!
It is critical to handling that suspension components be as free as possible to move. Low friction ball joints allow the suspension to give rather than allowing the tire to bounce over rough surfaces. Low tire pressures magnify the need to minimize friction in the suspension.
1971-1976 GM B-Body
- Chevrolet Impala
- Chevrolet Caprice
- Chevrolet Bel Air
- Buick LeSabre
- Buick Centurion
- Oldsmobile Delta 88
- Oldsmobile Delta 98
- Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser
- Pontiac Bonneville
Checking Ball Joint Wear (PDF)
Moog # K6141
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