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Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit
Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit

Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit

1.31" Overall Length, 1.0525" Overall Diameter, .867" Inside Diameter

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Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit
Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit
Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit
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Replacement Bushing for 910-32123 Kingpin Kit
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Overall Length:
1.31"
Overall Diameter:
1.0525"
Inside Diameter:
.867"
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Each
Notes:
OD groove is .125" x .030" deep.

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This is a replacment bushing for our 910-32123 King Pin Kit. 

  • 1.310" length
  • 0.867" ID
  • Includes grease groove with 0.156" hole
  • Sold each

Application

Replacement king pin bushing for king pin set # 910-32123 for the 1949-54 Chevy Car application.

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