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Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint

Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint

Hobby Stock, Modified, Sport Mod, Stock Car, Lower Position, Screw-in Ball Joint Type, Steel

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Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
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Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
Speedway 1960-66 Chrysler K727 Style Lower Ball Joint
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  • Fits Chrysler: 300 1960-61, Imperial 60-66, New Yorker 60-62, Saratoga 60
  • Fits Dodge: B100 Van 71-80, B150 Van 81-94, B200 Van 71-80, B250 Van 81-94
  • Fits Dodge: B300 Van 71-80, B350 Van 81-94, CB300 74-80, D100 Pickup 72-89, D150 Pickup 77-93
  • Lower screw-in ball joint fits most strut cars, 1960-66 Chrysler, 1971-1976 Impala, and most wide-type dirt cars
  • Includes hardware

Details

Position:
Lower
Ball Joint Type:
Screw-in
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Shank Length:
2.75"
Material Type:
Steel
Mounting Thread Length:
1.17"
Overall Height:
4.75"
Taper Small End:
0.76"
Taper Large End:
0.89"
Hardware Included:
Yes
Outside Diameter:
2.00"
MFG. Part #:
91720036
Notes:
Same as Moog K727
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Lower screw-in ball joint fits most strut cars, 1960-66 Chrysler, 1971-1976 Impala and most wide-type dirt cars. Also fits Speedway "strut-type" tubular lower control arms such as 910-343-16, -17, -18, -19.

  • The measurements for the wrench area is 2.125"  
  • The flat area and the round area is 2.320."
  • The threaded area on the ball joint is 2.025."

Item Details

Moog # K727
1960-66 Chrysler

Application

  • Chrysler
    • 300 1960-61
    • Imperial 1960-66
    • New Yorker 1960-62
    • Saratoga 1960
  • Dodge
    • B100 Van 1971-80
    • B150 Van 1981-94
    • B200 Van 1971-80
    • B250 Van 1981-94
    • B300 Van 1971-80
    • B350 Van 1981-94
    • CB300 1974-80
    • D100 Pickup 1972-89
    • D150 Pickup 1977-93

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