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QA1 5252 Heavy-Duty Tie Rod Sleeve, GM/Ford
QA1 5252 Heavy-Duty Tie Rod Sleeve, GM/Ford

QA1 5252 Heavy-Duty Tie Rod Sleeve, GM/Ford

Buick, Chevy, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Ford, 3.5" Overall Length, 11/16" Thread Pitch

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QA1 5252 Heavy-Duty Tie Rod Sleeve, GM/Ford
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GTIN Code:
806990065285
MFG. Part #:
5252
Overall Length:
3.5"
Thread Pitch:
11/16"
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MOOG ES-2004S replacement

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Install these heavy duty tie rod sleeves for a more positive tie rod adjustment. Made in the USA, they are manufactured from solid steel hex stock then zinc plated for durable good looks and corrosion resistance. They are stronger than stock OE split sleeves. Sold in pairs. Fits 1971-1999 GM 2wd pick up truck, 1973-1992 GM 2wd Suburban. These are a high performance replacement for Moog #ES2004S (11/16" x 3-1/2").

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  • 1970-81 Camaro/Firebird, 1975-79 Nova, 1971-77 A-Body, 1973-87 GM 2wd Pick Up Truck, 1973-92 GM 2wd Suburban.
  • 1965-73 V8 Mustang.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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