IMCA Spec GM Metric Stock Car Racing Upper Control Arms, Steel Cross
Hobby Stock, Tubular Control Arm Style, 6.875" Mounting Bolt Center to Center, Steel
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IMCA rules allow the Stock Car class to use spec tubular upper control arms. The stock stamped steel arms are getting hard to find and dont have the strength of these tubular arms. These 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.
- Chromoly steel construction
- 1" tube diameter, 0.092 wall
- 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
- IMCA Approved stickers
- 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.
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