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MACs 181117 Repl. Upper Control Arm Shaft Bolts/Nuts, 64-74 GM
MACs 181117 Repl. Upper Control Arm Shaft Bolts/Nuts, 64-74 GM

MACs 181117 Repl. Upper Control Arm Shaft Bolts/Nuts, 64-74 GM

67-69 Chevy Camaro, 64-72 Chevy Chevelle, 1968 Chevy Chevy II, 69-74 Chevy Nova

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MACs 181117 Repl. Upper Control Arm Shaft Bolts/Nuts, 64-74 GM
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Frame bolts and nuts for upper A-Arms. Includes 4 correct bolts with nuts.

  • Upper control arm hardware kit
  • 8 piece kit
  • 0.125" knurl length
  • 0.469" knurl diameter
  • Includes 4 correct bolts with self-locking nuts
  • For 1968-74 Nova; 67-69 Camaro; 64-72 Chevelle

 

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Over all length: 2.50"

Thread size:  7/16"-14

Knurl length:  1/8"

Knurl diameter: 0.469"

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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