Steel Clevis, 5/8-18 RH Thread, 3/8 Inch Slot, Zinc Plated
Universal Fit, 0.375" Slot Width, 0.375" Hole Diameter, 2.00" Thread Length, Steel, Zinc
- This clevis works well to build custom street rod and racing suspension as well as endless other uses
- 5/8-18"- threads with a 3/8" wide slot and 3/8" hole size
- Zinc plated steel construction to prevent corrosion
- Put that perfect finishing touch on your project car
- Sold each
A beautiful clevis ideal for your Hot Rods' suspension or build into your suspension system on your dirt track race car! Strong, zinc-plated steel construction to resist corrosion for years of use. 5/8-18" RH threaded with a 3/8" slot and 3/8" hole.
Perfect for any of your customs suspension building needs!
- Zinc-plated steel construction to prevent corrosion
- Use to build custom street rod suspension
- IMCA approved for use in the racing world as well
- Features a 5/8-18" RH thread w/ a 3/8" slot and 3/8" hole
- Sold each
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