Power Steering Ball Stud Socket 1965-1970

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If you are rebuilding your power steering control valve, it's a good idea to replace all the seals and gaskets as well the control valve ball stud at the same time.
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Power Steering Ball Stud Socket 1965-1970

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Power Steering Ball Stud Socket for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.

This Power Steering Ball Stud Socket is a great part to pick up when you are rebuilding the power steering control valve. This socket will safely house the control valve ball stud in all 1964-1970 Mustangs and keep it safe and in the correct place. This is a part that can't be over looked when you are repairing or rebuilding the power steering system in your 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang. This Power Steering Ball Stud Socket is a sturdy, solid one-piece sleeve design that will stand up to the heat and pressure it will be exposed to in your Mustang's power steering control valve. The one side of this socket is open in the middle and there are holes on the other side of this sleeve to help keep the temperature regulated. The inside has grooves on the top on one end so it can thread on and screw directly and securely into place in your control valve.

If the original power steering in your Mustang has become less responsive or is malfunctioning completely, CJ Pony Parts offers a multitude of classic Mustang steering components to upgrade, repair or replace it with. Now you can rely on your Mustang’s steering for many years to come, original or updated, with all of the great high quality parts we have to offer! Ordering any of CJ Pony Parts more than 500 steering parts for any year Mustang is easy--order online now or give the sales team a call anytime!

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is this split seam or solid?

Asked by: peteosuna
This has a split seam.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-06
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