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Speedway Tapered Ball Joint Reamer, 7 Degree
Speedway Tapered Ball Joint Reamer, 7 Degree

Speedway Tapered Ball Joint Reamer, 7 Degree

Modified, Pony Stock, Stock Car, Modified, Pony Stock, Stock Car, 0.50" Diameter Small End

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Speedway Tapered Ball Joint Reamer, 7 Degree
Speedway Tapered Ball Joint Reamer, 7 Degree
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MFG. Part #:
91089411
Diameter Small End:
0.50"
Top of Taper:
1.00"
Bottom of Taper:
0.464"
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Material Type:
Steel
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Tapered reamers for proper fitting of ball joints to spindles, tie rod ends to spindles, etc. These have 1/2" shank. The 1-1/2" per foot reamer, also known as a 7° tapered reamer, works with Speedway ball joints 917-20031 K6024, 917-20036 K727, and 910-34323 K772.

Measures a little less than 1/2" at the small end and 1" at the big end.

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

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