QA1 52312 Dynamic Adjustable Strut Bar, Mopar B-Body
These bars are fully adjustable and come with rod ends. They are anodized and constructed of 6061-T6 Aluminum. No bushings are required. They are a direct bolt-in for an aftermarket or factory K-Member replacement. Fits 1962-1972 Mopar B-body and 1970-1974 Mopar E-body vehicles. Made in the USA.
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