T1 1966-79 Beetle Ball Joint Complete Trailing Arm Set (Refurbished)

T1 Beetle 1966- Ball Joint Trailing Arm Set (Fully Refurbished) Aircooled VW front suspension components Set of full Ball Joint trailing arms…

  • 030020017

  • 131405151A

  • Limebug

  • In Stock

£298.99

T1 Beetle 1966- Ball Joint Trailing Arm Set (Fully Refurbished)

Aircooled VW front suspension components

Set of full Ball Joint trailing arms fully refurbished.

Each arm is subject to an overnight degreasing bath, before having the non-friction surfaces fully aquablasted to re-key the and wash away the years of corrosion, paint and grease, next each arm is sent off to be powdercoated in a gloss black finish, then finally each friction surface is re-polished to a perfect smooth finish ready to re-install into your beam.

Each arm then has a set of brand new German quality long travel ball joints fitted to work perfectly with any height of vehicle, from stock to the extreme lowered air ride equipped vehicles.

Note: Our exchange price assumes a set of arms to be returned to us that are 'restorable', if you do not have any exchange arms, select 'No Exchange' under the exchange option.

Details:
- Powdercoated Gloss Black
- Aquablasted Arms
- Polished Friction Surfaces
- Original Genuine Volkswagen Trailing Arms
- OE Code: 131405151A - Lower Left
- OE Code: 131405152A - Lower Right
- OE Code: 131405104A - Upper Left / Right
- Brand: Limebug Refurbished


Product Code: 30020017
OE Code: 131405151A
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