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SPC Offset Ball Joint, Caster/Camber + or - 1.50 degrees. Sold Each

SPC 23730

827-23730

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SPC Offset Ball Joint, Caster/Camber + or - 1.50 degrees. Sold Each $114.99
Offset Ball Joint, Caster/Camber + or - 1.50 degrees. Sold Each

Specifications:

Manufacturer's Part Number:
23730

These offset ball joints by SPC Performance replace the upper ball joint on late model Dodge trucks. They come in 1/2 degree increments and provide for indepedant wheel caster and/or camber changes up to 1-1/2 degrees. They come with an installation template for accurate changes. 1 ball joint required per wheel. Sold individually.

Applications:

  • Dodge 4WD 2003-04 BR2500/BR3500

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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