Hotchkis Dodge B/e-body Pivot Shaft Kit on 2040-parts.com
Roseville, Michigan, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:HSS-3006
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Hotchkis Dodge B/E-Body Pivot Shaft Kit
Applications: 1966-1971 Road Runner 1966-1970 Super Bee GTX Satellite Cornet 1966-1972 Charger 1970-1974 Cuda Challenger
The Hotchkis Sport Suspension Pivot Shaft Kit reduces the worn out sloppy handling lower control arm pivot shafts on your A B or E body Mopar. Designed to be direct replacements for stock these shafts are a greasable design. The grease fittings offer added convenience as well as increased performance by reducing friction and suspension bind. Worn out pivot shafts can create sloppy handling and are recommended to be replaced especially when installing new polyurethane bushings. Kit comes complete with two greasable shafts polyurethane bushings and grade 8 hardware.
Features and Benefits:
- Improves handling and cures sloppy feel caused by old, worn pivot shafts
- Greasable design eliminates squeaking and reduces bind
- Highly recommended when installing polyurethane bushings
- Machined from high-strength steel for durability
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