1973-88 GM Midsize Rear Control Arm Spherical Bushing
2.30" Overall Length, 1.853" Diameter Small End, 1.922" Diameter Big End, .57" Inside Diameter
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.
- Improves handling and responsiveness
- Versatile use for many applications
- Improves movement and reduces binding in suspension system
- Not IMCA legal in Stock Car/ Hobbystock classes
- Grease/lube the same way you would any spherical rod end
This unit includes black rubber inserts for both sides to make the unit appear more "stock appearing." Please note that they can be removed to clean and disassemble and re-assemble the spherical bushing as needed.
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