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Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch
Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch

Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch

Universal Fit, 0.625" Hole Diameter, Steel, .625" Inside Diameter, .25" Overall Thickness

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Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch
Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch
Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch
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Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch
Steel Cone Spacers for Rod Ends, 5/8 Inch
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  • These steel tapered spacers give you more travel when used with rod ends or heim joints
  • Perfect for use on suspension links, shocks, and steering linkage
  • Premium steel construction for ultimate strength and rigidity
  • Zinc plated for corrosion resistance
  • Sold as a bag of 8 spacers

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MFG. Part #:
5464110
Hole Diameter:
0.625"
Sold in Quantity:
Bag
Notes:
8 spacers per bag.
Material Type:
Steel
Inside Diameter:
.625"
Overall Thickness:
.25"
Shoulder Length:
0.25"

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These steel tapered spacers give you more travel when using rod ends on your steering linkage or suspension. Includes 8 spacers per package.

IMCA Approved.

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

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