OER 10197 1964-74 GM, Lower Ball Joint
67-74 Buick, 64-74 Chevy, 71-72 GMC, 67-74 Oldsmobile, 67-71 Pontiac
Control arm ball joints take a beating over the years and often cause "slop" in your front end, creating dangerous driving conditions. If your suspension rattles or makes noises when turning or going over bumps, it might be time to think about rebuilding your front suspension. Each reproduction ball joint is produced with heat treated components and include a durable and flexible rubber dust seal to prevent contamination within the joint itself. Restores vehicle handling and OE alignment for a more comfortable and safer ride. Sold individually. 2 required per vehicle. Fits left hand (driver side) or right hand (passenger side).
- Stud Thread Size: 9/16-18
- Stud Type: Threaded
- Small Diameter of Stud Taper: 0.688
- Stud Taper per Foot: 1.5 in/ft
- Ball Joint Attachment Type: Press-In
- Press-In Diameter: 2.1
- Package Contents: (1) Ball Joint, (1) Dust Boot, (1) Cotter Pin, (1) Grease Fitting
- 1973-74 Apollo
- 1970-72 GS
- 1968-69 GS 350
- 1968-69 GS 400
- 1970-72 GS 455
- 1967-72 Skylark
- 196 7-69 Special
- 1968-72 Sportwagon
- 1967-69 Camaro
- 1968-74 Chevy II / Nova
- 1964-72 Chevelle
- 1964-72 El Camino
- 1964-67 Malibu
- 1970-72 Monte Carlo
- 1971-72 Sprint
- 1965-71 442
- 1964-72 Cutlass
- 1967-72 Cutlass Supreme
- 1964-72 F85
- 1973-74 Omega
- 1964-72 Vista Cruiser
- 1968-71 Acadian
- 1967-69 Firebird
- 1969-72 Grand Prix
- 1964-72 GTO
- 1964-72 Le Mans
- 1964-70 Tempest
- 1971-74 Ventura
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