Speedway Mustang II Upper And Lower Control Arm Bushings
Polyurethane/Rubber Bushing Material, 0.63" Inside Diameter, Steel
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Mustang II upper and lower bushings. These are replacement bushings for our tubular, MII upper control arms. Bushings are constructed of quality rubber for durability. Mustang II urethane lower bushings are replacement poly bushings for our tubular, non-strut MII lower control arms.
Upper Control Arm Bushings
- Overall Length: 1.66"
- Inside Diameter: .65"
- Outside Diameter: 1.20"
- Pair of upper bushings
Lower Control Arm Bushings
- Diameter of big end: 1.68"
- Diameter of small end: 1.29"
- Inside Diameter: .63"
- Pair of lower bushings
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What's In The Kit
Speedway Mustang II Polyurethane Lower Control Arm BushingsPart # 91034004Qty x 2
Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control ArmsPart # 91034005Qty x 2
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