GM Metric Stock Car Racing Upper Control Arms, Steel Cross Shaft
Tubular Control Arm Style, 6.875" Mounting Bolt Center to Center, Steel
- Tubular steel construction with steel cross shaft for durability
- Bolts to stock 1978-87 Metric (G body) frame mounts which are 6-7/8" center-to-center
- Accepts stock replacement Metric ball joints K5208 or equivalent
- Use with frame mount 91634312 when relocating stock frame brackets
- Greaseable steel bushings add rigidity and reduce friction
These oval track racing A-arms are 40% stronger than the stock stamped steel arms. The A-arms bolt to your stock mounts and accept stock ball joints. These control arms have a 1/4" thick steel plate where the ball joint bolts in. Fits 1978-87 mid-size GM Metric chassis.
- Steel construction
- Steel cross shaft
- Bolts to stock 1978-87 Metric mounts (6-7/8" center-to-center)
- Greaseable steel bushings
- Accepts stock K5208 style Metric ball joints
- Available for right (passenger side) or left (drivers side)
- Right arm length is 8"
- Left arm length is 8.5"
Use with mount plate 916-34312.
When using on a drag race or S-10 application, consider using RH arm for both sides as both will be 8" long; arm can just be flipped over for LH side (RH arm is 8").
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