1964-72 GM A Body Chevelle Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms
Upper and Lower Position, Tubular Control Arm Style, Steel, Delrin Bushing Material, Black
- Heavy duty tubular design and black powder coated finish is the perfect addition to any resto-mod build
- New greaseable ball joints come pre-installed and are OEM replacement designs making service parts readily available
- Greaseable Delrin bushings virtually eliminate flex and reduce friction to improve handling while remaining squeak free
- Polyurethane spring pad properly locates the spring and retains the stock ride height
- Lower control arms have sway bar mounting brackets and include new end links for installation of a stock or aftermarket sway bar
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If you want a superior set of tubular control arms for your GM A-Body car, including 1964-1972 Chevelle, we've got you covered. These control arms are specifically designed to plant the tires to the ground with improved geometry for modern tire design and increased adjustability for street/track performance. A-arm set comes complete with bushings, ball joints, bump stops, and are powder coated black.
- Kit includes both upper and lower control arms
- All new components
- Heavy duty tubular design with Delrin bushings
- Additional caster built into upper arms
- Improved geometry to firmly plant modern radial tires
- Durable black powder-coated finish
- Maintains stock ride height
We also suggest the following related items to complete your installation:
- 1964-72 Chevelle Malibu
- 1964-72 El Camino
- 1964-72 Buick Skylark GS
- 1964-72 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442
- 1964-72 Pontiac Tempest/Lemans/GTO
Some stock replacement shocks are too long to work in conjunction with these control arms. We have found that shock part numbers 102343127 and 1024513 are able to be used with these control arms due to their shorter length.
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What's In The Kit
Box 1 of 91036472Part # 91036472.1Qty x 1
Box 2 of 91036472Part # 91036472.2Qty x 1
Q & A
We install Speedway's tubular upper and lower control arms and G-Comp spindles to make Project Chevelle look and corner far better than stock.
Watch as we repeat our parking lot autocross to see how much our upgraded Project Chevelle has improved!
Learn about Speedway Motor's Fully Assembled Rear Control Arm Kit and how it saves time and hassle. In this video, Joe and Kyle explain the benefits of this new product.
Next up is the suspension on Jeff's 1967 Chevelle project. Learn how to properly disassemble and remove components, such as the spindles and brakes. See tips on replacing the control arm bushings and using the right tools to get the job done.
Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
Now that the control arms have been replaced on Jeff's 1967 Chevelle, the next step is to prep the control arms for use with coil-overs. See how to apply shock absorber mounts and the steps it takes to complete this conversion.
It's time to see if all our hard work to upgrade Project Chevelle will pay off in faster lap times. We set up a little autocross course to find out.