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GM 1973-88 GM Upper Rear Control Arm
GM 1973-88 GM Upper Rear Control Arm

GM 1973-88 GM Upper Rear Control Arm

Stock Car, Tubular Control Arm Style

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GM 1973-88 GM Upper Rear Control Arm
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These heavy duty rear control arms are much stronger than stock stamped arms and help control wheel hop. Can be used with Speedway polyurethane bushings or stock-style bushings such as Moog K-6178.

  • Much stronger than stock stamped arms
  • 11-1/4" center to center
  • Does not include bushings
  • Use 91634045 polyurethane bushings
  • Sold each
  • Upper Arms: 11-1/4"

Note: Measurements are center to center of the bushings.

Bushing installation note:  The bushing eyelets have a stepped inside diameter.  This requires the bushings to be installed into one specific side of the arm which has the larger inside diameter as compared to it's opposite side.  The bushing will not properly fit if it is started into the smaller, incorrect side of the bushing eye ring.

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

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