Howe Racing 22412 K727 Lower Ball Joint, Alum. Cap, Screw-In
Hobby Stock, Modified, Sport Mod, Stock Car, Lower Position, Screw-in Ball Joint Type, Aluminum
Howe Precision Ball Joints offer the precision of a spherical bearing with the misalignment range of a ball joint. Their rugged steel housings will withstand impacts that can destroy other ball joints. Plus, even if you manage to damage the joint, they are fully rebuildable. The alloy steel ball studs are process coated for low friction and long wear. You will feel the difference in smooth travel and easy steering effort.
- NOT IMCA Approved
- Same as Moog #K727
- Aluminum Cap
- 7° Taper
- Completely Rebuildable
- Screw-In type housing
Note: Aluminum adjuster makes this ball joint lighter than steel, but NOT IMCA approved.
Replacement Sleeve: 91034816
Replacement Stud: 91722440
- Most stut cars, 1960-66 Chrysler, 1971-1976 Impala spindles and most wide-type dirt cars.
- Speedway "strut-type" tubular lower control arms such as 910-343-16, -17, -18, -19.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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