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Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9
Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9

Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9

1.83" Inside Diameter, 2.37" Outside Diameter, 1.00" Overall Thickness, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9
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Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9
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Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9
Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9
Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9
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  • Adjustable ball joint holder for upper A-arms
  • Accepts Moog K772 style screw in ball joints
  • Stud has 5/8"-18 RH threads
  • Tab is 3/8" thick with a 3/8" hole for use with a clevis such as 91002006
  • Zinc-plated for rust and corrosion prevention

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MFG. Part #:
91034361
Inside Diameter:
1.83"
Outside Diameter:
2.37"
Overall Thickness:
1.00"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Adjustable ball joint holder for A-arms accepts Moog K772 style ball joints. Stud has 5/8"-18 threads. Tab is 3/8" thick.

For Speedway, Jet and DW9.

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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