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Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends
Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends

Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends

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Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends
Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends
Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends
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Speedway Wishbone Splitting Kit for Tie Rod Ends
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  • Get the traditional look you are after with this split wishbone kit
  • Use with a stock wishbone to create separate left and right suspension links that allow for a lowered ride height
  • Tapered Ford tie rod ends are included which work with a variety of mounting bosses or brackets
  • 1-3/8" OD weld bungs step down to 1" OD to allow for a professional finished product
  • Kit comes with two tie rod ends, two weld bungs, and two jam nuts

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To get that traditional look you need to have split wishbones. This kit allows you to weld up your own split bones and includes 11/16" weld-in bungs for the wishbones, jam nuts and 11/16" tie rod ends.

Cutting & welding required.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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