Speedway 1968-89 Chrysler-Type Upper K772 Style Ball Joint
Oval Track Cars, Upper Position, Screw-in Ball Joint Type, 7 degree Degree of Taper, Steel
- Screw-in '68-'89 Chrysler-style ball joints fits most aftermarket tubular or strut type lower control arms
- Fits upper and lower tapers
- Features 7 degree stud taper
- Same as Moog K772
- Stud taper measures 0.73" at large end and 0.62" at small end
These Chrysler-type screw in ball joints fit a variety of race car and street car applications.See Application tab for complete list.
Same as Moog K772.
Item DetailsMoog # K772
- Howe, Dirtworks upper
- Most aftermarket tubular or strut type lower arms (Speedway, AFCO, Jet, Dirtworks, etc.).
- Upper and lower tapers of Mustang II/Pinto spindle
- 300 1962-71
- Cordoba 1975-83
- Fifth Avenue 1983-89
- Imperial 1981-83
- Lebaron 1977-81
- New Yorker 1963-82
- Newport 1961-81
- Windsor 1958-61
- 330 1963-64
- 440 1963-64
- 880 1963-64
- A100 1964
- Aspen 1976-80
- Challenger 1970-74
- Charger 1966-78
NotesSame as Moog K772. Use 91034323-2 spacer washer for the ball joints in lower Mustang II tubular control arms.
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