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G-Comp Spindle GM AFX Single
G-Comp Spindle GM AFX Single

G-Comp Spindle GM AFX Single

67-69 Camaro, 64-72 Chevelle, 1968 Chevy II, 64-67 Malibu, 69-72 Nova, 2 Inch Spindle Drop

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Spindle Style:
Chevy/GM Custom
Spindle Drop:
2 Inch
Left or Right
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Material Type:
Forged Steel
Snout Material:
Forged Steel
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Introducing G-Comp GM muscle car performance suspension parts from Speedway Motors. This one-piece forged steel spindle is designed to work with GM A/F/X body cars. GComp spindles are engineered for lower ride height, improved negative camber gain and positive caster gain, plus more adjustable alignment.  Corresponds with OEM parts and provides an overall 2" drop in ride height.

  • Fits 1967-1969 Camaro, 1968-1972 Nova, 1964-1972 Chevelle
  • One-piece forged steel construction
  • Provides 2-inch dropped ride height
  • Upper ball joint raised and relocated to provide added negative camber gain
  • Improved alignment adjustability
  • Utilizes OEM bolt-on steering arms
  • Works with OEM and aftermarket disc brake kits (utilizing OEM disc brake spindle)
  • Sold each

Read about the G-Comp suspension packages in action on our 1965 Chevy II, as featured in this article from Super Chevy Magazine; A 1965 Chevrolet Nova that Crushes it on the Track!

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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