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HWH Front Left Steering Knuckle With ball joint for Honda Civic 1.7/1.8 51215-S5A-J10

Short Description:

HWH NO.: 0107K23-1
Reference OE Number: 51215-S5A-J10
Interchange  Part Number : 698-369
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Placement on Vehicle: Front Left side

Product Description

This steering knuckle  is precision-engineered and rigorously tested to provide products with unrivaled performance and longer lifespan.

  • All new,never remanufactured.
  • Made from strong materials for enhanced durability .
  • Made using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques
  • Rigorously inspected to ensure conformity with the set standards

 

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Product Details

Material: Cast Iron
Color Black
Installation Hardware included Yes
Weight(lbs): 6.724
Size(inch): 10.23*8.26*5.11
Package Contents: 1 steering knuckle/1 ball joint

OE Number

OE NO.: 51215-S5A-J10

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  • Car  Model Year
    HONDA CIVIC1.7/1.8 2001-2002

    A warranty must be returned to the parts supplier where the HWH product was purchased and is subject to that part store’s terms & conditions.
    1 year(s) / 12,000 miles.

    How can I trust the quality of your products?
    We have more than 20 years of R&D experience, there are more than 700 Steering Knuckles

    What is your policy of sample ?
    The sample we can supply if we have stock ready . But it need you bear the sample courier cost

    What is your delivery time?
    Within more than 100 sets, our estimated time is 60 days.

    What is the difference between a steering knuckle and spindle?
    The spindle usually attaches to the knuckle and provides the surface to mount the wheel bearing and hub. Non-drive wheels or suspension come with spindles while driven wheels do not. Some driven knuckles feature a spindle, though, which is usually hollow and splined. The hollow spindle allows the CV shaft through.

    When should you replace a steering knuckle?
    Steering knuckles last a long time, longer than the parts they link to. Replace them if you notice any signs of damage or wear. It could be a worn bore or other hidden and dangerous problems such as bends or fractures. Consider changing the knuckles if you recently hit the wheel against an obstacle or if your car had a collision.

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