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Standard Clevis, 1/2 Inch RH, 5/16 Inch Slot, Chrome
Standard Clevis, 1/2 Inch RH, 5/16 Inch Slot, Chrome

Standard Clevis, 1/2 Inch RH, 5/16 Inch Slot, Chrome

Universal Fit, 4.00 Center Hole to End of Shank, 0.3125" Slot Width, 0.375" Hole Diameter

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Standard Clevis, 1/2 Inch RH, 5/16 Inch Slot, Chrome
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Standard Clevis, 1/2 Inch RH, 5/16 Inch Slot, Chrome
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MFG. Part #:
91002015
Overall Length:
4.47"
Overall Width:
1.05"
Center Hole to End of Shank:
4.00
Slot Width:
0.3125"
Slot Depth (From Center):
1.34"
Hole Diameter:
0.375"
Thread Length:
2.18"
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Thread Type:
RH Male
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Chrome
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A beautiful clevis ideal for your Hot Rods' suspension!

The shank features 1/2" RH fine threads. 5/16" slot, 3/8" hole.

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