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Upper Control Arm Bushings, 1962-67 Nova
Upper Control Arm Bushings, 1962-67 Nova

Upper Control Arm Bushings, 1962-67 Nova

Rubber Bushing Material, 1.712" Overall Length, 1.386" Diameter Small End, Steel, Bare

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Upper Control Arm Bushings, 1962-67 Nova
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Upper Control Arm Bushings, 1962-67 Nova
Upper Control Arm Bushings, 1962-67 Nova
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Bushing Material:
Rubber
Overall Length:
1.712"
Diameter Small End:
1.386"
Diameter Big End:
1.503"
Inside Diameter:
0.694"
Flange Diameter:
1.922"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Bare
MFG. Part #:
92617112
Sold in Quantity:
Pair

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  • Upper Control Arm Bushing
  • Fits 1962-67 Nova
  • Sold each

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