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SPL Parts Rear Knuckle Monoball Bushings Z34/G37

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SPL Parts Rear Knuckle Monoball Bushings Z34/G37

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Description

Our SPL FKS monoball bushings for the rear knuckle replace the stock mushy rubber bushings with low-friction articulating spherical bearings, eliminating bushing flex and reducing bind/friction. This maintains optimum suspension geometry under load, to improve handling and feedback.
Our SPL FKS series bushings feature FK racing bearings with a self lubricating Teflon liner for long life and maximum performance. Highly precise (machined to 1/1000th inch) CNC machined T6061 aluminum bearing shell provide an accurate fit.
This Part Will Fit:
09+ Nissan 370z
08+ Infiniti G37

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 4 x 4 in

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