1973-77 GM A-Body Rear Control Arms
- Choose either '78-'88 G-body or '73-'77 A-body
- Measurements are center to center of the bushings
- Arms shipped without bushings installed
- Can be used with our polyurethane or stock bushings such as Moog K-6178
- No provision for factory style sway bar on lower arms
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These heavy duty rear control arms are much stronger than stock stamped arms and help control wheel hop. Can be used with Speedway polyurethane bushings or stock-style bushings such as Moog K-6178.
These rear control arms do NOT have provisions for the stock sway bar.
- Upper Arms: 11-1/4"
- Lower Arms: 22-3/8"
(Measurements are center to center of the bushings.)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
GM 1973-77 A-Body Lower Rear Control ArmPart # 91634050Qty x 2
GM 1973-88 GM Upper Rear Control ArmPart # 91634054Qty x 2
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