QA1 1210-213S Ball Joint, Upper
Dirt Late Model, Hobby Stock, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Sport Mod, Stock Car, Greasable
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. With multiple stud lengths available, geometry changes can easily be made. Ultimate Low Friction Operation - Infinite Preload adjustment allows breakaway torque to be set as low as 0 ft. lbs. for a completely smooth, bind-free operation. Wear Resistant Design - Precision tolerance ball-to-race conformity results in even load distribution for unsurpassed wear resistance.
Precision ground 52100 bearing steel race ensures long life and ultra-smooth operation. On-the-Car Adjustability - Infinite preload adjustment. No need to remove the ball joint from the car for adjustment. Self-Lubricating - Fully greasable enhanced by self-lubricating components to ensure smooth operation. Multiple Stud Lengths Available - Various ball studs are available for easy geometry changes. Fine tune your roll center. Owner Rebuildable - Rebuilding is simple. All parts are replaceable at economical prices.
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