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Speedway K6117 Lower Ball Joint, Steel Cap, 1/2 Inch Longer Stud
Speedway K6117 Lower Ball Joint, Steel Cap, 1/2 Inch Longer Stud

Speedway K6117 Lower Ball Joint, Steel Cap, 1/2 Inch Longer Stud

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

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Speedway K6117 Lower Ball Joint, Steel Cap, 1/2 Inch Longer Stud
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Speedway K6117 Lower Ball Joint, Steel Cap, 1/2 Inch Longer Stud
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  • Same as Moog K6117
  • Steel Cap
  • 10° Taper
  • 1/2" longer stud to raise roll center of vehicle
  • Completely Rebuildable

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Position:
Lower
Ball Joint Type:
Press-in
Degree of Taper:
10 degree
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
917215381
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Each

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Lower rebuildable press-in ball joint fits most aftermarket tubular or strut type lower arms on 1973-95 Chevy Pickup, 1971-76 Impala, many Street and Hobby Stocks, and common on Modifieds to raise roll center.

  • Same as Moog K6117
  • Steel Cap
  • 10° Taper
  • 1/2" longer stud to raise roll center of vehicle
  • Completely Rebuildable
  • Press-In type housing

Replacement Stud: 91721038102

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