Steel Upper Ball Joint Sleeve, K772 Style
1.000" Overall Height, 2.25" Outside Diameter, .210" Overall Thickness, Steel
- This screw in sleeve is just the ticket when building your own custom control arms or making repairs
- Fits 91034323 ball joint as well as other K772 style ball joints
- Premium steel construction makes this sleeve easy to weld to control arms
- Precision machined profile ensures proper fit
- 2.365" outside diameter and 1" height make this sleeve popular for various circle track applications and Mustang II suspension
This plain finish, mild steel ball joint sleeve is used to build or repair control arms. Screw in style.
Fits 910-34323 upper ball joint
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