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We stock those hard to find 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird tie rods and adjustment sleeves. 

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1967 Firebird

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Polyurethane Bushing Kit 1967-69 Camaro Multi-Leaf Rear
                        

Energy Suspension Master Bushing Sets are the high-tech solution to performance handling and control that O.E.M. manufacturers just don't offer! Energy's complete Master Set both restores worn mounts and bushings as well as adds a dramatically higher degree of performance handling to any vehicle.

  • A real must for competition use, or just for that "seat-of-the-pants" feel
  • Increases vehicle stability and control as well as durability
  • Reduces wheel hop and traction loss
  • Proven by both professional and amateur racers alike
  • Both restores and improves suspension to better than new performance
  • Made of Energy's HYPER-FLEX performance polyurethane
  • Heavy duty metal sleeves and components are used for increased strength

Energy's special HYPER-FLEX polyurethane formula is of a higher durometer (firmness) than rubber materials, which assures long-lasting performance as well as a firm chassis feel.

These Master Bushing Sets offer coverage front to back of the vehicle's chassis.

*Sets do not contain sway bar components, because of the various sizes offered by the vehicle manufacturer.

 

Polyurethane Bushing Kit 1967-69 Camaro Mono-Leaf Rear
                        

Energy Suspension Master Bushing Sets are the high-tech solution to performance handling and control that O.E.M. manufacturers just don't offer! Energy's complete Master Set both restores worn mounts and bushings as well as adds a dramatically higher degree of performance handling to any vehicle.

  • A real must for competition use, or just for that "seat-of-the-pants" feel
  • Increases vehicle stability and control as well as durability
  • Reduces wheel hop and traction loss
  • Proven by both professional and amateur racers alike
  • Both restores and improves suspension to better than new performance
  • Made of Energy's HYPER-FLEX performance polyurethane
  • Heavy duty metal sleeves and components are used for increased strength
  • Kit Includes:

    • Front Control Arm Bushings
    • Rear Leaf Spring Bushings
    • Rear Leaf Spring Pads
    • Front End Link Set
    • Body Mount Set
    • Transmission Mount
    • Ball Joint and Tie Rod End Boots

Energy's special HYPER-FLEX polyurethane formula is of a higher durometer (firmness) than rubber materials, which assures long-lasting performance as well as a firm chassis feel.

These Master Bushing Sets offer coverage front to back of the vehicle's chassis.

*Sets do not contain sway bar components, because of the various sizes offered by the vehicle manufacturer.

 

1967 Camaro/Firebird Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit
                        

We make it easy to order replacement parts for your GM F-Body. This one part number includes:

  • outer tie rods
  • inner tie rods
  • tie rod sleeves
  • upper ball joints
  • lower ball joints
1968-69 Camaro/Firebird Tie Rod & Ball Joint Kit
                        

We make it easy to order replacement parts for your GM F-Body. This one part number includes:

  • outer tie rods
  • inner tie rods
  • tie rod sleeves
  • upper ball joints
  • lower ball joints
Global West CTA-79A 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird Tubular Upper Control Arms
                        

Global West's control arms are built for a specific purpose, to bring current technoloty to early model applications. Their tubular lower arms are perfect for stock or performance suspension upgrades. Both arms are supplied with ball joints, bump stops, control arms bushings, and a innovative rotating spring cushion. 

The cushion serves two purposes-to isolate and properly index the coil spring. Even if you trim your coil spring in order to lower the car, the lower spring cushion simply rotates for proper re-index. The control arms also provide additional header tube clearance, require no frame modifications and are pre-assembled for your convenience.

  • No frame modifications required
  • Direct replacement for stock upper control arms
  • Built-in 6 degrees of positive caster provides straight line stability
  • Caster also improves corner entry do to new camber curve
  • Upper arms reduce factory bump steer by cutting it in half
  • Beneficial for drag, street, and road racing applications
  • Stock ball joints are used
  • Fully assembled with billet shafts, Del-A-Lum bushings, ball joints, and bump stops
  • Tubular arms are powder coated black
  • Provisions for adjustable bump stops (drag racing)
  • New alignment specifications are included in every kit
  • Control arms can be used with lowered frame holes
  • Upper arms will work with coilover kits

Note: Will not work with Heidt's spindles but will work with stock or 2" dropped spindles that measure 7" across the ball joint area.  

Global West CTA-79L 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird Lower Tubular Control Arms
                        

Global West's control arms are built for a specific purpose, to bring current technoloty to early model applications. Their tubular lower arms are perfect for stock or performance suspension upgrades. Both arms are supplied with ball joints, bump stops, control arms bushings, and a innovative rotating spring cushion. 

The cushion serves two purposes-to isolate and properly index the coil spring. Even if you trim your coil spring in order to lower the car, the lower spring cushion simply rotates for proper re-index. The control arms also provide additional header tube clearance, require no frame modifications and are pre-assembled for your convenience. 

Will not work with Heidt's spindles but will work with stock or 2" dropped spindles that measure 7" across the ball joint area. 

1967-74 GM Lower Control Arms
                        

These new stamped lower control arms are ready for your ball joints and inner bushings. Sold each. Specify side needed.

Use press-in ball joint 91720038-1.

Fits

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1967-74 GM Steering Arms
                        

Don't know if you ever thought about this or not, but the steering arms on some cars were a different length depending if they were power or manual steering. The manual cars had a longer arm and if you convert them to power steering you still have slow steering. These forged arms are shorter (faster) than manual steering arms. 

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Book/Manual - How to Restore Your Camaro, 1967-69
                        About 700,000 Camaros were built from 1967 to  1969. The first-generation Camaro has won a die-hard following and has  become an iconic performance car. Camaros in excellent condition command  very high prices, so many owners are compelled to perform a  professional-grade original restoration. Since these cars are about 40  years old, many cars need second or third restorations, and as time goes  by, these cars will continue to appreciate and require restoration.  That's where How to Restore Your Camaro 1967-1969 comes in. While some  owners can afford to pay shops to perform a 100-point restoration for  show car competition, many owners want to perform a faithful, detailed  restoration themselves, so the car maintains its collector value and use  it as a fun weekend driver. This book will serve those owners.

A lead title in our Restoration Series, How to Restore Your Camaro 1967-1969 will provide in-depth, hands-on information and photography for restoring these popular and historically significant cars. It covers all aspects of restoration, including engines and drivelines, bodywork, interior and trim, suspension, brakes, chassis, and steering for the first-generation Camaros. Organization and planning will be covered, so restorers can stay on task. Disassembly, inspection, and sourcing the best parts will also be covered. This volume will deliver a concise and revealing overview of each subject area and shows the most critical aspects of the restoration process with sequential step-by-step photos and detailed captions. The most efficient techniques and best products for returning each component to like-new condition will be covered. With this information, owners will be able to determine what's involved in each step of the restoration and decide whether to perform the work themselves or outsource it to a professional shop. Color step-by-step how-to information on Camaro restoration has never been offered in a package like this before. Finally, Camaro owners have the book they need.
  • By Tony Huntimer
  • 176 pages
  • Photos: 388 color
  • Paperback
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