Front Power Steering/Suspension Bushing Kit, 68-74 Nova/68-69 Camaro
- Complete front end rebuild kit for making the ride smooth and straight
- These front end components from Camaros and Classics ensures quality, safety and OEM style appearance
- This kit will get you going in the right direction every time
- Fits 1968-74 Nova and 1968-69 Camaro
- New parts make installation cleaner
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Complete front end rebuild kit for making the ride smooth and straight. These front end components from Camaros and Classics ensures quality, safety and OEM style appearance. This kit will fet you going in the right direction everytime. Fits 1968-74 Nova and 1968-69 Camaro. Kit Includes:
- Upper,& Lower Ball Joints
- Upper & Lower Control Arm Bushings
- Inner & Outer Tie Rods
- Adjustable Tie Rod Sleeves
- Sway Bar Frame Bushings
- Sway Bar End Link Kit
- Idler Arm
- Pitman Arm
Fits 1968-74 Nova and 1968-69 Camaro.
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What's In The Kit
68-69 FRT REBUILD KITPart # 92633889Qty x 1
D&R Classic K00019 Pitman Arm, 67-69 Camaro/68-74 Nova w/ PSPart # 92611698Qty x 1
D&R Classic K00018 Idler Arm, 1968-69 Camaro/1968-74 NovaPart # 92611676Qty x 1
Polyurethane Upper A-Arm Bushing, 1.275 O.D. x .670 I.D.Part # 91634539Qty x 4
Polyurethane Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.430 O.D. x .500 I.D.Part # 91634534Qty x 2
Polyurethane Lower A-Arm Bushing G-Body 1.650 OD x .500 IDPart # 91634536Qty x 2
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