QA1 1210-105 K772 Style Upper Ball Joint Kit w/ Extended Length Stud
Hobby Stock, Modified, Sport Mod, Stock Car, Upper Position, Screw-in Ball Joint Type, Steel
- It is the same style as Moog K772
- Designed to allow front end geometry change
- Available in +.100", .500", or +1.0" lengths
- This upper ball joint is designed to screw in
- It is made from durable steel and has a 7 degree taper
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Speedway Motors now offers QA1 Ultimate Ball Joints with extended length studs to optimize your front end. Various ball stud lengths are available for easy geometry changes to fine tune your roll center.
For a variety of racing applications, QA1's Screw-In Style Ultimate Ball Joint is a great choice. This patented, self-lubricating design is 100% owner rebuildable and is exclusive to QA1.
- Choose your stud length: Standard, +.100", .500", or +1.0"
- Same style as Moog K772
- Screw-in ball joints
- Allows front end geometry change
- Sold each
Replacement Housing: 72110505
Replacement Stud: 7219033
- Howe, Dirtworks upper
- Most aftermarket tubular or strut type lower arms (Speedway, AFCO, Jet, Dirtworks, Howe, Finishline, Lefthander, Port City, etc.).
- Upper and lower tapers of Mustang II/Pinto spindle
- 300 1962-71
- Cordoba 1975-83
- Fifth Avenue 1983-89
- Imperial 1981-83
- Lebaron 1977-81
- New Yorker 1963-82
- Newport 1961-81
- Windsor 1958-61
- 330 1963-64
- 440 1963-64
- 880 1963-64
- A100 1964
- Aspen 1976-80
- Challenger 1970-74
- Charger 1966-78
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
QA1 1210-505 Repl Housing for K772 Style 721-10105 Upper Ball JointPart # 72110505Qty x 1
QA1 Repl Ball Joint Stud for 1210-505 Housing K772 Style Ball JointPart # 7219033Qty x 1
Q & A
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