Speedway K6141 Tall Lower Ball Joint, 1.000 Extended Stud
Hobby Stock, Modified, Sport Mod, Stock Car, Lower Position, Press-in Ball Joint Type, Steel
These rebuildable lower press-in ball joints fit a variety of race car applications. They feature an extended length stud to adjust the roll center of your car.
- Same style as Moog K6141
- Press-in ball joints
- Allows front end geometry change
- Available in 1.000 extended stud length
- 10° Taper
- Completely Rebuildable
- Sold each
1971-1976 GM B-Body
- Chevrolet Impala
- Chevrolet Caprice
- Chevrolet Bel Air
- Buick LeSabre
- Buick Centurion
- Oldsmobile Delta 88
- Oldsmobile Delta 98
- Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser
- Pontiac Bonneville
Howe, Rayburn, GRT, Warrior, Hamke, FLF, Port City, most popular LM, Most wide type dirt cars.
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