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Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion

Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion

74-78 Ford Mustang II, 4.75" Outside Diameter, 3.17" Inside Diameter, Rubber

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Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
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Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Rubber Isolator Cushion
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  • Reproductions of the OEM Mustang II spring isolators
  • Used on top of the front coil spring to eliminate noise
  • Premium rubber construction is made to last
  • 3.17" inside diameter and 4.75" outside diameter
  • Sold in pairs

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Outside Diameter:
4.75"
Inside Diameter:
3.17"
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
MFG. Part #:
91034343
Material Type:
Rubber
Overall Thickness:
.310"

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These are just like the stock Mustang II used on top of the front coil spring to eliminate noise and binding.

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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