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  • Mustang II Upper Control Arm Bolts
    Mustang II Upper Control Arm Bolts
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                T-bolts just like the originals! 

    If you have ever put a Mustang II front end under a street rod, you know how hard it is to find these bolts. Designed just like the originals to fit through the slot the upper control arm mount mounts to. A quarter turn and its in place. Set of four with nuts.

  • Chromoly Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft
    Chromoly Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft
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    These 4130 chromoly metric upper control arms are 40% stronger than standard control arms. They bolt to a stock mount and use the bolts in ball joints. Steel cross shaft.  This control arm is going to have a 1/4" thick plate where the ball joint bolts in.

    Right arm is 8.0" long. Left arm is 8.5" long.

  • IMCA Spec Stock Car Upper Control Arm
    IMCA Spec Stock Car Upper Control Arm
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    IMCA's 2004 rules now allow the stock car class to use spec tubular upper control arms. The stock arms are getting hard to find and don't have the strength of the tubular design. Bolts to your stock mount and accepts stock ball joints.  This control arm is going to have a 1/4" thick plate where the ball joint bolts in.  Mid-size GM metric only.

    • Tube diameter is 1"
    • Wall thickness is 0.092

    Steel cross shaft.  Available for right (passenger side) or left (drivers side).

    Right arm length is 8". Left arm length is 8.5". Cross shaft spacing center to center is 6-7/8".



     

  • Chromoly Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft
    Chromoly Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft
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                These 4130 chromoly metric upper control arms are 40% stronger than standard control arms. They bolt to a stock mount and use the bolt-in style ball joints. Aluminum cross shaft.  This control arm is going to have a 1/4" thick plate where the ball joint bolts in.

    Right arm is 8" long. Left arm is 8.5" long.
  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 6-1/4 Inch, Tapered
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 6-1/4 Inch, Tapered
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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. Tapered end accepts 11/16" tie 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)

  • Speedway 1970-02 GM K5208 Style Upper Ball Joint
    Speedway 1970-02 GM K5208 Style Upper Ball Joint
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    These are factory replacement upper ball joints with OEM geometry. The upper bolt-in ball joint fits stock upper arms and our Metric tubular arms designed for racing use. For a 1/2" raised pivot point upper, use 106-200322LF.

    See Application tab for corresponding vehicle models.

  • IMCA Approved Spec Stock Car Control Arm
    IMCA Approved Spec Stock Car Control Arm
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                IMCA's 2004 rules now allow the stock car class to use spec tubular  upper control arms. The stock arms are getting hard to find and don't  have the strength of the tubular design. Bolts to your stock mount and  accepts stock ball joints.  This control arm is going to have a 1/4" thick plate where the ball joint bolts in.  Mid-size GM metric only.

    Aluminum cross shaft.  Available for right (passenger side) or left (drivers side).

    Right arm length is 8". Left arm length is 8.5".


     


     

  • AFCO 200-1010 Low Friction Bolt-in Upper Ball Joint Kit, 1978-88 GM
    AFCO 200-1010 Low Friction Bolt-in Upper Ball Joint Kit, 1978-88 GM
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    What good is the latest, greatest speed equipment if your car dosen't handle right? A big part of handling is the ability of your suspension to travel freely.

    Each kit contains (4) hi-performance AFCO Low Friction ball joints and (4) AFCO Lightweight, friction-reducing control arms bushings. 

    • 106-2001010
      • Upper Ball Joints: Bolt In ('78-'88 Mid-size GM )
      • Lower Ball Joints: Press In, Extended Stud ('78-'88 Mid-size GM )
      • Bushings: 2 ea.
    • Stock appearing
    • Reduced suspension "stiction"
    • Increases ability to transfer weight
    • Lower input steering efforts and faster steering wheel return
    • Promotes front end alignment during usage (unlike O.E. rubber bushings)
    • Lightweight lower bushings (nylon inserts for reduced weight and less friction) 
    • Provides consistent resistance throughout the travel of the ball joint to deliver consistent performance
  • Chevy Flat Upper Steering Arm, Plain
    Chevy Flat Upper Steering Arm, Plain
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                Perfect for that traditional steering car. 

    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)

  • Speedway Tribute T-Bucket 9 Inch Ford Rear End Option
    Speedway Tribute T-Bucket 9 Inch Ford Rear End Option
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                Please view the product's page for more information
            
  • AFCO 200-1009 1967-72 Chevelle Low Friction Suspension Kit, Bolt-in
    AFCO 200-1009 1967-72 Chevelle Low Friction Suspension Kit, Bolt-in
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    What good is the latest, greatest speed equipment if your car dosen't handle right? A big part of handling is the ability of your suspension to travel freely.

    Each kit contains (4) hi-performance AFCO Low Friction ball joints and (4) AFCO Lightweight, friction-reducing control arms bushings. 

    • 106-2001009
      • Upper Ball Joints: Bolt In ('67-'72 Chevelle)
      • Lower Ball Joints: Press In, Extended Stud (Chevy Pickup Type, Moog K6117)
      • Bushings: 2 ea. (1.400 x .500), 2 ea. (1.650 x .500)
    • Stock appearing
    • Reduced suspension "stiction"
    • Increases ability to transfer weight
    • Lower input steering efforts and faster steering wheel return
    • Promotes front end alignment during usage (unlike O.E. rubber bushings)
    • Lightweight lower bushings (nylon inserts for reduced weight and less friction) 
    • Provides consistent resistance throughout the travel of the ball joint to deliver consistent performance
  • 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)

  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 7-3/4 Inch, 5/8 Hole
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 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). These 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. 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)

  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 7-3/4 Inch, Tapered
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 7-3/4 Inch, Tapered
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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. Tapered end accepts 11/16" tie 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)

  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 6-1/4 Inch, Tapered
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 6-1/4 Inch, Tapered
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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. Tapered end accepts 11/16" tie 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)

  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 7-3/4 Inch, Tapered
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 7-3/4 Inch, Tapered
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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. Tapered end accepts 11/16" tie 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)

  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 6-1/4 Inch, 5/8 Hole
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Chrome, 6-1/4 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. 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)

  • Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 6-1/4 Inch, 5/8 Hole
    Ford Upper Steering Arm, Plain, 6-1/4 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. 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)

  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 9 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 9 Inch
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                These strut style tubular steel upper control arms feature an aluminum cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. Cross shaft bolt holes are on a 6" center. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • 1970-81 Camaro Upper Racing Control A-Arm
    1970-81 Camaro Upper Racing Control A-Arm
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                This upper control arm for 1970-1981 Camaro is designed to be used with the stock mount. Available in 8", 8-1/4", 8-1/2", 8-3/4", 9", 9-1/4", 9-1/2". This control arm requires the use of a K6024-style ball joint, which is equivalent a 1963-’71 Chevy pickup style upper ball joint. It will have a 7 degree tapered stud and therefore, the stock Camaro spindle must be reamed to fit the pickup ball joint.

    Cross shaft mount bolts center on center. Measures 7-3/4". The arms are symmetrical.

    Note: This control arm does not use a stock Camaro ball joint, (all) of the ball joints that we offer require reaming stock spindle.

    Note: Our "length" reference refers to the distance from the center of the ball joint to the centerline of the cross shaft. The "stock" length of a Camaro upper A-arm is 9-1/4".

     

  • Mustang II Upper/Lower Control Arms, 1974-1980 Stock Replacement, Set of 4
    Mustang II Upper/Lower Control Arms, 1974-1980 Stock Replacement, Set of 4
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    This complete kit includes all new, stock-style upper and lower control arms. Each arm comes complete with new red polyurethane bushings, ball joints, grease zerks, cross-shafts, and hardware. Upper control arm T-bolts NOT included.

    • New, stock lower control arms
    • Directly replaces 1974-80 Pinto, Bobcat and 1974-78 Mustang II control arms
    • Complete with new polyurethane bushings, ball joints, and grease zerks
  • Chevy Flat Upper Steering Arm, Chrome
    Chevy Flat Upper Steering Arm, Chrome
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                Perfect for that traditional steering car. 6-1/2" long and drilled for a 5/8" rod end. Center to center measurement of the mounting holes is 3.125".  These have .475" mounting holes.

    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)

  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 9-1/2 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 9-1/2 Inch
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                These strut type tubular steel upper control arms feature a steel cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. These A-arms have a 6" center-to-center mounting bolt pattern. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Metric Upper Control Arm, Left Hand
    Metric Upper Control Arm, Left Hand
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    This upper control arm for metric chassis is designed to be used with stock mount.

    • Threaded for screw-in ball joint (91034323).
    • Choose from 8-1/2" to 9" length.
    • Cross shaft mount bolts center on center. Measurement is 6-7/8".
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 9 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 9 Inch
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                These strut type tubular steel upper control arms feature a steel cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. These A-arms have a 6" center-to-center mounting bolt pattern. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 10 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 10 Inch
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                These strut type tubular steel upper control arms feature a steel cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. These A-arms have a 6" center-to-center mounting bolt pattern. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 9-1/4 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 9-1/4 Inch
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                These strut type tubular steel upper control arms feature a steel cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. These A-arms have a 6" center-to-center mounting bolt pattern. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 8-3/4 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Steel Cross Shaft, 8-3/4 Inch
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                These strut type tubular steel upper control arms feature a steel cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. These A-arms have a 6" center-to-center mounting bolt pattern. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 8 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 8 Inch
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                These strut style tubular steel upper control arms feature an aluminum cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. Cross shaft bolt holes are on a 6" center. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 8-1/4 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 8-1/4 Inch
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                These strut style tubular steel upper control arms feature an aluminum cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. Cross shaft bolt holes are on a 6" center. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • AFCO 20078 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.275 O.D. x .670 I.D.
    AFCO 20078 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.275 O.D. x .670 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.

  • AFCO 20099 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.31 O.D. x .688 I.D.
    AFCO 20099 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.31 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.

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

  • AFCO 20098 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.39 O.D. x .688 I.D.
    AFCO 20098 Steel Upper Control Arm Bushing, 1.39 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.

  • Upper Mustang II Control Arm, 1974-1980 Stock Replacement
    Upper Mustang II Control Arm, 1974-1980 Stock Replacement
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    New, stock-style upper control arms for Mustang II suspension. Each arm comes complete with new red polyurethane bushings, ball joints, grease zerks, and cross-shafts.  The distance from center-to-center of the mounting bolts for this control arm is 5".

    T mounting bolts sold separately 

    Replaces 1974-80 Pinto, Bobcat and 1974-78 Mustang II control arms.

  • AFCO 20010-1 Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Alum Cross Shaft, 10.5 Inch
    AFCO 20010-1 Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Alum Cross Shaft, 10.5 Inch
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    • Strut type tubular upper control arm
    • Made from .083" wall tubing (under 10") and .120" wall tubing (over 10")
    • Cross shaft bushings clearanced to allow shrinkage during the welding process
    • Cross shaft uses 9/16" holes on 6" center
    • 3/16" thick ball joint plate provides maximum strength
    • Accepts Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints
    • Length measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center

    Adjusting Camber (GIF)

  • AFCO 20010-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Alum Cross Shaft, 10.75 Inch
    AFCO 20010-2 Strut Type Upper Control Arm-Alum Cross Shaft, 10.75 Inch
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    • Strut type tubular upper control arm
    • Made from .083" wall tubing (under 10") and .120" wall tubing (over 10")
    • Cross shaft bushings clearanced to allow shrinkage during the welding process
    • Cross shaft uses 9/16" holes on 6" center
    • 3/16" thick ball joint plate provides maximum strength
    • Accepts Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints
    • Length measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center

    Adjusting Camber (GIF)

  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 9-1/2 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 9-1/2 Inch
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                These strut style tubular steel upper control arms feature an aluminum cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. Cross shaft bolt holes are on a 6" center. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7-1/4 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7-1/4 Inch
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                These strut style tubular steel upper control arms feature an aluminum cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints. Cross shaft bolt holes are on a 6" center. Length is measured from cross shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
  • Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7-1/2 Inch
    Speedway Strut Type Upper Control Arm, Aluminum Cross Shaft, 7-1/2 Inch
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                These strut style tubular steel upper control arms feature an aluminum  cross shaft. They accept Moog K6024 or K6136 style bolt-in ball joints.  Cross shaft bolt holes are on a 6" center. Length is measured from cross  shaft centerline to ball joint center.
            
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