Howe Racing 22430 Repl Ball Joint Stud for 917-22413 K6141 Style
- Studs are process coated for low friction and long wear
- For use with IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, Hobby Stock, and Sport Mods
- These are replacement ball studs for your rebuildable Howe Precision Ball Joints
- The steel housings will withstand impacts that can destroy a standard automotive ball joint
- They are dimensionally the same as OEM, and different length studs are available to allow easy geometry changes
Replacement ball studs for your rebuildable Howe Precision Ball Joints. These alloy steel ball studs are process coated for low friction and long wear. You can feel the difference in smooth travel and easy steering effort.
Howes rugged Precision Ball Joint steel housings will withstand impacts that can destroy a standard automotive ball joint; typically only the ball stud will need replacement. These standard ball studs are dimensionally the same as OEM, and different length studs are available to allow easy geometry changes.
For use on a variety of racing applications including:
- IMCA Modifieds
- Stock Cars
- Hobby Stock
- Sport Mods
For Howe Precision Ball Joints ONLY:
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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