Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring and Steel Clevis Kit
Universal Fit, 2.37" Outside Diameter, 1.83" Inside Diameter, 1.00" Overall Thickness
- Get your customized suspension perfected with our universal ball joint collar ring and steel clevis set
- This kit includes one of our new Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring and a Steel Clevis
- The ball joint collar is adjustable for A-arms accepting Moog K772 style ball joints, it features 5/8"-18 threads with a 3/8" thick tab
- Both parts are forged of natural steel with zinc plated finishes to prevents corrosion and provide longevity for your suspension
- IMCA Approved
Build Your KitYou're almost there! This kit has an option or two for you to select. Let us know which options you want for your new kit.
- (1) Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring
- (1) Steel Clevis
Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring
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.
- Inside Diameter: 1.83"
- Outside Diameter: 2.37"
- Overall Thickness: 1.00"
A beautiful clevis ideal for your Hot Rods' suspension!
- Overall Length: 4.00"
- Slot Width: 0.375"
- Hole Diameter: 0.375"
- Thread Length: 2.00"
- Thread Pitch: 5/8"-18
- Thread Type: RH Male
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Upper Ball Joint Collar Ring, Speedway/Jet/DW9Part # 91034361Qty x 1
Steel Clevis, 5/8-18 RH Thread, 3/8 Inch Slot, Zinc PlatedPart # 91002006Qty x 1
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