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  • 1973-88 GM Midsize Rear Control Arm Spherical Bushing
    1973-88 GM Midsize Rear Control Arm Spherical Bushing
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    These steel rear control arm bushings have spherical bearings in them, just like a rod end, which frees up suspension movements and eliminates binding. Fits '73-'88 GM midsize upper and lower rear control arms. 

    Sold individually.  

  • AFCO Rear Control Arm Bushing with Spherical Bushing
    AFCO Rear Control Arm Bushing with Spherical Bushing
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                These steel rear control arm bushings have spherical bearings in them just like a rod end, which frees up suspension movements and elminates binding. Fits '73-'88 GM midsize rear control arms. Sold individually.  
            
  • Global West Suspension TBF-7 1968-73 Mustang Lower Control Arms
    Global West Suspension TBF-7 1968-73 Mustang Lower Control Arms
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    Global West tubular lower control arms improve the geometry of the stock Mustang suspension while adding much needed strength. 

    • Stock length, non-adjustable design 
    • Uses screw-in style ball joints
    • Accepts stock strut rods or Global West adjustable strut rods
    • Spherical bearing eliminates suspension bind
  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 7-3/4 Inch, 5/8 Hole
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 7-3/4 Inch, 5/8 Hole
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                Flame cut steel upper steering arm for '37-'48 Ford spindles (with 3-3/8" mount centers). This design is available in 6-1/4" or 7-3/4" lengths. The longer 7-3/4" arms permit a tighter left turn when using large diameter front tires or front wheels with a deep reverse, and it also slows the steering rate for greater control. Tapped 5/8" end accepts spherical rod ends. 

    NOTE: Upper steering arms allow the attachment of a drag link to the LH (driver's side) spindle. The arms attach with bolts through the upper 2 backing-plate-mounting holes on spindle.

    Steering Arm Ends Guide (GIF)

    Parallel Steering Set-Up Guide (GIF)

  • Global West Suspension ASR-4 1964-66 Mustang Strut Rods
    Global West Suspension ASR-4 1964-66 Mustang Strut Rods
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    Stock '64-'66 Mustang strut rods used a flimsy rubber bushing to control fore & aft movement of the wheel during suspension travel. This design was prone to deflection during hard acceleration and braking. A more positive approach to the problem would be to install an adjustable strut rod kit with a spherical rod end in place of the rubber bushing. Global Wests strut rods are designed as a bolt on application. No welding or frame modifications are required. When using a strut rod design of this nature, the deflection is totally eliminated. The suspension no longer deflects fore and aft. The vehicle now sees a lower a-arm rather than a two component system (strut rod & lower arm).

    • Bolt on application, no frame modifications 
    • Allows you to dial-in your front suspension
    • Adjusting sleeve uses standard open-end wrench, no special tools required
    • Rods are powercoated black
    • Hardware included
  • Global West Suspension ASR-6 1968-73 Mustang Adjustable Strut Rods
    Global West Suspension ASR-6 1968-73 Mustang Adjustable Strut Rods
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    Stock '68-'73 Mustang strut rods used a flimsy rubber bushing to control fore & aft movement of the wheel during suspension travel. This design was prone to deflection during hard acceleration and braking. A more positive approach to the problem would be to install an adjustable strut rod kit with a spherical rod end in place of the rubber bushing. Global Wests strut rods are designed as a bolt on application. No welding or frame modifications are required. When using a strut rod design of this nature, the deflection is totally eliminated. The suspension no longer deflects fore and aft. The vehicle now sees a lower a-arm rather than a two component system (strut rod & lower arm).

    • Bolt on application, no frame modifications 
    • Allows you to dial-in your front suspension
    • Adjusting sleeve uses standard open-end wrench, no special tools required
    • Rods are powercoated black
    • Hardware included
  • Global West Suspension ASR-5 1967 Mustang Adjustable Strut Rods
    Global West Suspension ASR-5 1967 Mustang Adjustable Strut Rods
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                Stock '67 Mustang strut rods used a flimsy rubber bushing to control fore  & aft movement of the wheel during suspension travel. This design was prone  to deflection during hard acceleration and braking. A more positive approach to  the problem would be to install an adjustable strut rod kit with a spherical rod  end in place of the rubber bushing. Global Wests strut rods are designed as a  bolt on application. No welding or frame modifications are required. When using  a strut rod design of this nature, the deflection is totally eliminated. The  suspension no longer deflects fore and aft. The vehicle now sees a lower a-arm  rather than a two component system (strut rod & lower arm). 
    • Bolt on application, no frame modifications 
    • Allows you to dial-in your front suspension
    • Adjusting sleeve uses standard open-end wrench, no special tools required
    • Rods are powercoated black
    • Hardware included