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AFCO 20079 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.53 O.D. x .688 I.D.

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AFCO 20079 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.53 O.D. x .688 I.D.

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  • Minimizes alignment change during cornering since they do not deflect 
  • Dramatically frees up front suspension
  • Dimensions allow direct replacment of the standard bushing
  • Inner sleeve allows bolt to be tightened without crushing or binding
  • Includes a grease zerk fitting for lubrication

Upper A-Arm Bushing Application Chart (GIF)

Note: Due to production tolerance variance in original equipment parts, steel bushings need to be tack welded into the control arm.

Item Details

1.530" O.D. x .688" I.D. x 1.84" long

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Hello, I was looking for something to replace the rubber upper control arm bushings. I looked at the metric arm but it stated that it wouldn't be good for a street car. Mine is a daily driver. I have the turbo down pipe that runs past the upper control arm and wrecks the upper bushings with heat. Would these be suitable to replace the rubber bushings? Thanks.

Rich
Texas
October 13, 2016

Hello, I was looking for something to replace the rubber upper control arm bushings. I looked at the metric arm but it stated that it wouldn't be good for a street car. Mine is a daily driver. I have the turbo down pipe that runs past the upper control arm and wrecks the upper bushings with heat. Would these be suitable to replace the rubber bushings? Thanks.

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October 13, 2016
Eric
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This is a steel on steel pivot just like the tubular control arms we offer. We do not recommend this type of bushing system for street cars due to noise issues as well as the short service life. In your applications where you have extreme heat in the area you may not have much choice however.
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