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OER 10172

OER Upper Ball Joint 1962-67 Nova/Chevy II

691-10172

Ships directly from the manufacturer on 09/17/19
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$46.99
OER Upper Ball Joint 1962-67 Nova/Chevy II $46.99
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Upper Ball Joint
  • 1962-67 Nova/Chevy II
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    10172

    Made from top-quality materials to exact specifications for optimum performance, OER Control Arms are reproductions of factory originals. Most have the lower ball joints and bushings already installed for less time in the garage. Replacement control arm ball joints and bushings are also available.

    Features

    • Exact replacements manufactured to OE specifications
    • Heavy duty steel construction
    • EDP coated for superior corrosion resistance

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    1962-1967  CHEVROLET NOVA

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