1978-88 GM G-Body Rear Control Arms with Bushings
Steel, Painted, Tubular Control Arm Style
- Tubular construction increases rigidity compared to stock control arms which will optimize traction and reduce wheel hop
- New upgraded polyurethane bushings won't flex or deflect like standard rubber making the suspension more efficient and responsive
- Black painted finish offers corrosion resistance
- Simple upgrade for 1978 to 1988 Monte Carlo, Cutlass, Regal, Grand Prix, etc.
- Lower control arms do not have a provision for a sway bar but can be modified to use with a sway bar
These heavy-duty rear control arms are much stronger than stock stamped arms and help control wheel hop. Arms shipped without bushings installed.
- Heavy-duty steel construction
- Painted for protection from the elements
- Polyurethane bushings for better ride quality/responsiveness
Note: The lower control arms in these kits do not have provisions for mounting a factory sway bar.
Includes Polyurethane Bushings
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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