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Proforged 105-10046

Proforged Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeve

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Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeve
  • 1964-1966 Ford Mustang 3.3L with Manual Steering
  • Proforged 105-10046 Details

    Adjustable Tie Rod End Sleeves

    Specifications:

    Position
    Front
    Steering System
    Manual
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    105-10046
    Shipping Weight:
    1.3
    Package Height:
    6.26
    Package Depth:
    3.11
    Package Width:
    2.52

    Proforged Tie Rod Sleeves are built from high quality materials to firmly connect the inner and outer tie rod ends, ensuring proper thread engagement and maintenance of alignment settings. Many popular sleeves are available in solid steel or aluminum variations for ultimate performance.

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    1964-1966  FORD MUSTANG

    • CC: 3277
    • Liter: 3.3
    • SubModel: BASE
    • CUI: 200
    • EngineType: L6 ( 3.3 L / 200 )
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