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Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint

Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint

64-74 Buick, 64-74 Chevy, 64-74 Oldsmobile, 64-74 Pontiac, Hobby Stock, Upper Position, Steel

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Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
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Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
Speedway 1964-74 GM K5108 Style Upper Ball Joint
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Position:
Upper
Ball Joint Type:
Bolt-in
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Shank Length:
2.30"
Material Type:
Steel
Mounting Thread Length:
0.87"
Overall Height:
3.64"
Taper Small End:
0.54"
Taper Large End:
0.64"
Hardware Included:
Yes
Overall Diameter:
2.42"
Outside Diameter:
3.09"
Centerline of Holes:
2.50"
MFG. Part #:
91720040
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Factory replacement upper ball joints.

See Application tab for corresponding vehicle models.

Item Details

Moog # K5108
64-72 A-Body, 67-69 F-Body
68-74 X-Body

Application

  • 1970-1972 Chevy Monte Carlo
1964-67 GM A-Body
  • Buick (Skylark, Special, Gran Sport & Sport Wagon)
  • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino)
  • Oldsmobile (F85, 442, Cutlass)
  • Pontiac (LeMans, GTO)
1968-72 GM A-Body  
  • Buick (Skylark, Special, Gran Sport & Sport Wagon)
  • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino)
  • Oldsmobile (442, Cutlass, Hurst Olds)
  • Pontiac (LeMans, GTO)

1967-69 GM F-Body

  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Pontiac Firebird

1968-74 GM X-Body

  • Chevrolet Nova
  • Buick Apollo ('73-'74)
  • Olds Omega ('73-'74)
  • Pontiac Ventura ('71-'74)

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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