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Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler
Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler

Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler

1.00" Overall Height, 2.02" Inside Diameter, 2.5" Outside Diameter, .25" Overall Thickness

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Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler
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Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler
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Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler
Steel Lower Ball Joint Sleeve, K727 Style 1960-66 Chrysler
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  • This screw in sleeve is just the ticket when building your own custom control arms or making repairs
  • Fits 91720036 ball joint as well as other K727 style ball joints
  • Premium steel construction makes this sleeve easy to weld to control arms
  • Precision machined profile ensures proper fit
  • 2.5" outside diameter and 1" height make this sleeve popular for various circle track and custom fabrication applications

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MFG. Part #:
91034816
Overall Height:
1.00"
Inside Diameter:
2.02"
Outside Diameter:
2.5"
Overall Thickness:
.25"
Material Type:
Steel
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Each
Notes:
Fits Moog K727 style ball joints.

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This plain finish, mild steel ball joint sleeve is used to build or repair control arms. Screw in style.

Item Details

Fits 917-20036 lower ball joint
2.5" O.D.
2.020" I.D.
1" Height

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