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1968-88 GM A-Body G-Body Steering Center Link Drag Links

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
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Finish:
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Centerline of Holes:
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Overall Length:
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Center to Center:
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GTIN Code:
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Notes
Same as MOOG DS749
1968-88 GM A-Body G-Body Steering Center Link Drag Links

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We stock these hard to find replacement center drag links that are a must when rebuilding your classic vehicle.  They will give your 1968-1988 GM A/G Body vehicle overall better handling and a positive feel while cruising the strip or on the race track. 
  • Meets or exceeds factory OEM specifications
  • Overall better handling and a positive feel

We stock these hard-to-find stock-style center drag links for:

  • 1968-72 A-Body
  • 1973-77 A-Body
  • 1978-88 A and G-Body

Application

  • 1968-72 GM A-Body  
    • Buick (Skylark, Special, Gran Sport & Sport Wagon)
    • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, Monte Carlo, El Camino)
    • Oldsmobile (442, Cutlass, Hurst Olds)
    • Pontiac (LeMans, GTO)
  • 1973-77 GM A-Body  
    • Buick (Century, Regal)
    • Chevy (Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino)
    • GMC (Sprint)
    • Oldsmobile (Cutlass, 442, Hurst Olds)
    • Pontiac (Grand Prix, LeMans)
  • 1978-81 GM A-Body 
    • Buick (Century)
    • Chevy (Malibu)
    • Pontiac (LeMans)
  • 1978-87 GM G-Body
    • Buick (Regal, Grand National, GNX)
    • GMC (Caballero)
    • Oldsmobile (Cutlass, Hurst Olds)
    • Pontiac (Grand Prix)
  • 1978-88 GM G-Body
    • Chevy (Monte Carlo, El Camino)

 

 

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aoao
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fits like oem

April 02, 2015
Good part fits perfectly fast shipping easy installation.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

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Modified drag link for G-Body? Is there a different drag link for G-Body that is supposed to help front steering geometry/bump steer condition? Also, do you have tubular upper/lower control arms for this application? My 80 Malibu is street driven with occassional drag strip action. I am unable to "square" the 4 tires - the factory wheelbase is apparently different between left and right sides due to mounting points of the control arms. I have heard something about installing the left upper tubular arm upside down to compensate for this. My car will go into violent swaying when letting off gas at any speed over about 70 mph. I have a 383 SBC at about 500 hp with as yet unused nitrous setup. Suggestions???? Thanks. I have been unable to locate parts in catalog but read on a site (I think YellowBullet) about the control arms. Is it possible the a-arms were designed for a dirt track application?

hammertime
Port St Lucie, FL, USA
November 19, 2012

Modified drag link for G-Body? Is there a different drag link for G-Body that is supposed to help front steering geometry/bump steer condition? Also, do you have tubular upper/lower control arms for this application? My 80 Malibu is street driven with occassional drag strip action. I am unable to "square" the 4 tires - the factory wheelbase is apparently different between left and right sides due to mounting points of the control arms. I have heard something about installing the left upper tubular arm upside down to compensate for this. My car will go into violent swaying when letting off gas at any speed over about 70 mph. I have a 383 SBC at about 500 hp with as yet unused nitrous setup. Suggestions???? Thanks. I have been unable to locate parts in catalog but read on a site (I think YellowBullet) about the control arms. Is it possible the a-arms were designed for a dirt track application?

Answers

November 20, 2012
Jason
Speedway offers a modified center link for the G body cars under 10630271 and stemming from our circle track catalog. In circle track racing there is more suspension travel and with the dramatic change in toe in helps control bump steer. Use on street vehicles has also been noted to improve bump steer. We apologize but currently do not offer the 78 and up G body tubular control arms designed for street use. We do offer tubular upper control arms for use in circle track racing under numbers such as 91034395 or 91034394 in different lengths which have been used on street and drag vehicles with the knowledge that they are NOT DOT approved and stamped. You will need to measure center of ball joint to center of cross shaft on the upper control arms on your vehicle in order to get the correct length. The wheel base may not be exactly the same from one side to the other as the steering geometry requires less castor on the drivers side to offset for road crown. For the problems you mentioned we would suggest checking all the suspension and alignment components for wear and loose fit and also diagonally checking the frame dimensions prior to simply bolting on more parts. From the stance of the photo included it does not appear you have lowered the vehicle extensively which can also cause steering geometry and handling problems.
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Is this IMCA legal? Which choice do I need to select for a 81 cutlass?

Racer175
Iowa
September 26, 2016

Is this IMCA legal? Which choice do I need to select for a 81 cutlass?

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September 27, 2016
Eric
Expert
Yes these center links are legal provided you use the correct one to match your frame. For your 1981 Cutlass you will need the 78 year selection.
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