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Speedway Nova/Camaro Polyurethane Rear Eye Leaf Spring Bushing
Speedway Nova/Camaro Polyurethane Rear Eye Leaf Spring Bushing

Speedway Nova/Camaro Polyurethane Rear Eye Leaf Spring Bushing

Universal Fit, 1.930" Overall Length, 2.00" Diameter Big End, Black, 1.625" Diameter Small End

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Speedway Nova/Camaro Polyurethane Rear Eye Leaf Spring Bushing
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Speedway Nova/Camaro Polyurethane Rear Eye Leaf Spring Bushing
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  • One pair does one spring end
  • Urethane bushings

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MFG. Part #:
91043250
Overall Length:
1.930"
Diameter Big End:
2.00"
Color:
Black
Diameter Small End:
1.625"
Inside Diameter:
.5625"
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Pair
Notes:
1 pair will do 1 spring eye/frame mount. Fits Camaro, Firebird and Nova springs.

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Polyurethane bushings for leaf spring rear eye and hanger. Fits Camaro, Firebird, and Nova springs. One pair of these leaf spring bushings does one spring eye or hanger.

Notes

  • 0.700" length on large end
  • 1.330" length on small end

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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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