IMCA 1979-Up GM Short Arm Metric 3-Piece Spindle Kit
Stock Car, Chevy/GM Custom Spindle Style, Stock Height Spindle Drop, Front Position, Natural
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- (1) Speedway Motors Short Arm Metric 3-Piece Spindle, Left
- (1) Speedway Motors Short Arm Metric 3-Piece Spindle, Right
Speedway Motors Short Arm Metric 3-Piece Spindle
Speedway Motors is proud to introduce our exclusive 3-piece Short Arm Metric replacement spindle to be used in conjunction with the 1979-up GM Metric front brake rotors, bearings and calipers. Our advanced engineering techniques allowed for a redesign of the spindle in a newly forged, heat-treated steel design that is stronger than the original. These spindles serve as a replacement for cars currently running Pinto/Mustang II setups. The 8 degree pin inclination not only improves handling and driver feel, but also dynamically adds cross weight to the car during counter steering which leads to increased drive off the corner. The shortened, dropped steering arm reduces spacing requirements on outer tie rods and minimizes bump steer while improving overall strength.
Accepts '79-Up GM Metric rotors, calipers, stock tapered lower ball joints and is reamed to accept 7 degree upper ball joints. The unique three-piece construction provides for fast, convenient and affordable replacement of individual components in the event of a crash. These spindles are IMCA/USMTS/USRA approved for use in competition.
Kit includes spindle, bolt-on "short" steering arm, caliper bracket and necessary hardware. Assembly is required. Works great with our 1979-Up GM Metric front brake rotors, bearings, calipers, etc.
- Includes both left and right spindles
- IMCA approved for IMCA Modifieds and Sport Mod divisions
- USMTS/USRA approved
- Forged, heat-treated steel
- Improves front end geometry
- Replacement for Pinto spindle
- Three-piece design for quick, easy replacement
- Spindle Style: Chevy/GM Custom
- Spindle Drop: Stock Height
- Brake System Type: Disc
- Angle: 8 degree
- Material Type: Forged Steel
- Snout Material: Forged Steel
- Finish: Natural
- King Pin Included: No
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway Motors Short Arm Metric 3-Piece Spindle, LPart # 91034511-LQty x 1
Speedway Motors Short Arm Metric 3-Piece Spindle, RPart # 91034511-RQty x 1
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