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Garage Sale - AFCO Stud Type Lower Arm, Masterbilt, Press-In Ball Joint, 16-5/8 RH
Garage Sale - AFCO Stud Type Lower Arm, Masterbilt, Press-In Ball Joint, 16-5/8 RH

Garage Sale - AFCO Stud Type Lower Arm, Masterbilt, Press-In Ball Joint, 16-5/8 RH

Right Lower Position, Steel

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Garage Sale - AFCO Stud Type Lower Arm, Masterbilt, Press-In Ball Joint, 16-5/8 RH
Garage Sale - AFCO Stud Type Lower Arm, Masterbilt, Press-In Ball Joint, 16-5/8 RH
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Position:
Right Lower
Material Type:
Steel
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Overall Length:
16.625"

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AFCO control arms are designed and constructed without compromise to provide consistent, predictable operation. With AFCO control arms installed, changes in spring rate, shock valve settings, tire pressure, etc., will be more predictable and measureable. These stud type lowers are built to the same specs as all AFCO lowers, but are designed to use the solid rod end strut mount.

  • 3/4" rod end style arm
  • .109" wall DOM tubing
  • Jig-built
  • Uses solid rod end mount
  • MIG-welded
 
This is garage sale priced because it is older stock.
 
 
NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS 
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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