1978-88 GM Polyurethane Lower Control Arm Bushings
- Best way to improve handling and cornering
- Will fit 1978-1988 Malibu & Monte Carlo
- Comes in a set of four
- If using 1/2" bolts, you must drill the frame
- Added durability and decreased suspension flex over stock bushings
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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 lower control arms.
Note: When using lower bushings 916-34445, your frame must be drilled for 1/2 inch bolts.
- 1978-1988 Malibu & Monte Carlo
Item Details1978-1988 Chevelle & Monte Carlo
Must drill frame for 1/2" bolts
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What's In The Kit
Polyurethane Lower A-Arm Bushing G-Body 1.45 OD x .500 IDPart # 91634535Qty x 2
Polyurethane Lower A-Arm Bushing G-Body 1.650 OD x .500 IDPart # 91634536Qty x 2
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