Stainless Steel Smoothie Clevis, 5/8 RH NF Thread, 3/8 Slot & Hole
Universal Fit, 3-1/2" Center Hole to End of Shank, 0.375" Slot Width, 0.375" Hole Diameter
- This clevis works well to build custom street rod and racing suspension as well as endless other uses
- 5/8-18" RH threads with a 3/8" wide slot and 3/8" hole size
- Stainless steel construction for long lasting good looks
- Put that perfect finishing touch on your project car
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A beautiful stainless steel clevis ideal for your hot rods' suspension! The shank features 5/8" RH fine threads. Has a 3/8" wide slot and 3/8" diameter hole.
- Beautiful, rugged clevis ideal for hot rod suspension
- Shank features 5/8" RH NF threads
- 3/8" slot
- Stainless steel
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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