Speedway Mustang II Front Suspension Replacement Strut Rod
52 degree Angle, 9/16"-18 Thread Pitch
- This heavy duty stock replacement strut rod fits 1974 to 1978 Mustang II and 1974 to 1980 Pinto & Bobcat front suspensions
- Features a 52 degree bend at the control arm attachment point
- 9/16"-18 threads on the end of the bushing attachment stud
- Bushings sold separately as part number 91034319
- Sold each
New, heavy duty, stock replacement strut rod for Pinto/Mustang II front ends. Features 52 degree bend. The threads are 9/16". The end does not taper and measures 2-3/8" to the washer.
Bushings # 910-34319 and Nut Kit # 910-34315-2 sold separately.
Notes16-5/16" from hole center at the bend to the end of threads, 12-3/4" from that hole to the bushing shoulder.
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