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JEGS 64213

JEGS Aluminum Tapered Rod End Spacers 1/2 in. ID (Bolt Size) x 1 in. L

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JEGS Aluminum Tapered Rod End Spacers 1/2 in. ID (Bolt Size) x 1 in. L $4.08
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Aluminum Tapered Rod End Spacers
  • 1/2" ID (Bolt Size) x 1" L
  • 2/pkg
  • JEGS 64213 Details

    Aluminum

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    64213

    JEGS Tapered Spacers are used to center rod ends, coil-over shocks, tie rods, and radius rods in their mounts. These spacers allow slightly more clearance for the shock mount or rod end to prevent binding. Available in steel or aluminum.

    NOTE: These are spacers installed on both or either side of the rod end to aid in proper alignment of the chassis or suspension. For rod end reducer bushings, please click JEGS Reducer Bushings for Rod Ends.

    Tapered Spacer Chart/Dimensions

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