1967-74 GM Polyurethane Upper Control Arm Bushings
- Installing polyurethane front control arm bushings is one of the simplest ways to improve your cars handling and cornering capabilities
- Decrease suspension flex
- Sold in sets of four to fit two upper or two lower control arms
- These black bushings are sold in sets of four to fit two upper control arms
- New parts make installation cleaner
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Installing polyurethane front control arm bushings is one of the simplest ways to improve your cars handling and cornering capabilities. These are direct replacements for your GM vehicles stock rubber bushings, but are more durable and decrease suspension flex for optimum performance.
These black bushings are sold in sets of four to fit two upper control arms.
- 1967-1972 Chevelle & Monte Carlo
- 1968-1974 Nova
- 1967-1969 Camaro
Item Details1967-1972 Chevelle & Monte Carlo
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What's In The Kit
Polyurethane Upper A-Arm Bushing, 1.275 O.D. x .670 I.D.Part # 91634539Qty x 4
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