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AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.

AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.

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AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
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AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
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These steel racing bushings are what you need to win. They minimize alignment change during cornering since they do not deflect and dramatically free up the front suspension.  The dimensions on these high quality bushings allow direct replacement of your standard bushing.  They feature an inner sleeve which allows the bolt to be tightened without crushing or binding.  Grease zerk included for lubrication.
  • Minimizes alignment change during cornering since they do not deflect
  • Dramatically frees up front suspension
  • Dimensions allow direct replacment of the standard bushing
  • Inner sleeve allows bolt to be tightened without crushing or binding
  • Includes a grease zerk fitting for lubrication
  • 1.65" Diameter
  • 2.39" Long
  • A-arm bushing sleeve must be drilled 9/16" with 9/16" mounting bolt on front applications
  • Lower A-arm mounts must be drilled 1/2" with 1/2" mounting bolt on some rear applications

Lower A-Arm Bushing Application Chart (GIF)

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1.650 x .500

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  • Front Bushing
    • 1975-77 Monte Carlo/Malibu/Chevelle/Regal
    • 1973-77 Cutlass/Grand Prix
    • 1971-96 Caprice/Impala
    • 1973-79 Camaro, Firebird-T/A
    • 1975-79 Nova
  • Rear Bushing
    • 1978-88 Monte Carlo/Malibu/Chevelle/Regal
    • 1967-72 RB Monte Carlo/Malibu/Chevelle/Regal
    • 1978-87 Cutlass/Grand Prix
    • 1967-72 Camaro, Firebird-T/A
    • 1968-74 Nova

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