AFCO 20076LW GM Light Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .50 I.D.
- 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
Item Details1.650 x .500
- 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
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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