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Speedway 3/8 Inch Fine Thread Steel Clevis End
Speedway 3/8 Inch Fine Thread Steel Clevis End

Speedway 3/8 Inch Fine Thread Steel Clevis End

Universal Fit, .42" Slot Width, .38" Hole Diameter, 3/8" UNF Thread Pitch, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Speedway 3/8 Inch Fine Thread Steel Clevis End
Speedway 3/8 Inch Fine Thread Steel Clevis End
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  • Ideal for connecting master cylinder booster pushrod to brake pedal arm
  • Universal 3/8" fine thread clevis
  • Ideal for connecting master cylinder booster pushrod to brake pedal arm
  • 2" overall length
  • Includes clevis pin and cotter key

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Clevis includes pin and cotter key.
MFG. Part #:
91631949
Overall Length:
2.03"
Overall Width:
1.09"
Slot Width:
.42"
Hole Diameter:
.38"
Thread Pitch:
3/8" UNF
Thread Type:
RH Female
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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Each

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This is a neat clevis with many potential uses, including connecting a master cylinder or booster pushrod to your brake pedal arm. Overall length is 2”, and it’s tapped for 3/8” fine thread. Comes with a 3/8" diameter clevis pin and cotter key.

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