3800 Torque Arm Assembly (Dog Bone)


The 3800 Series I, II, and III represent a range of models or versions, each with its own unique specifications and features. These series are often associated with engines or other mechanical systems, and they signify the evolution and improvement of the design over time. The 3800 Torque Arm Assembly is a crucial component. It is strategically mounted on the rear of the head, positioned between the head itself and the EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valve. This location is chosen for its optimal functionality and efficiency in the overall system.

The other end of the bracket is firmly attached to the trunk wall. This dual attachment – on the head and the trunk wall – ensures stability and robustness, allowing the bracket to withstand various operational stresses.

One of the key advantages of this bracket is that it eliminates the need for the old original torque arm mount at the strut tower. This means that the bracket not only serves its own functional purpose but also simplifies the system by doing away with an obsolete component.

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