Polyurethane 1964-1988 GM A/G-Body Rear Control Arm Bushings
2.415" Overall Length, 1.86" Diameter Small End, 1.926" Diameter Big End, .50" Inside Diameter
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Reduce wheel hop and axle wrap while improving the cornering capabilities of your 1964-1981 GM A-Body or 1978-1988 GM G-Body. Set includes bushings for upper and lower rear control arms.
- Full-Floating, Non-Binding Design
- Important when ride height is altered or greater suspension load is required
- Especially important for both lowered and raised vehicles that have had drastic suspension geometry modifications
- Superior Performance Over Time
- Performance polyurethane control arm bushings do not rot or deteriorate from oils or atmospheric conditions such as ozone, smog, road salt, chemicals, and other corrosives
- Will not deteriorate in a few short years and cause that mushy, uncertain response like rubber O.E.M. ones often do
- Maintains Proper Pinion Angle
- Weak rear control arm bushings will flex during launch and damage can occur to the U-joints
- Polyurethane will flex, but it holds the rear drivetrain system in proper alignment
See Application tab to ensure these bushings fit your chassis.
- 1973-1981 Century
- 1964-1970 Electra
- 1970 Estate Wagon
- 1964-1970 LeSabre
- 1973-1987 Regal
- 1965 Riviera
- 1965-1970 Wildcat
- 1965-1972 Chevelle
- 1965-1983 Malibu
- 1965-1987 El Camino
- 1973-1976 Laguna
- 1970-1988 Monte Carlo
- 1965-1971 442
- 1965-1970 Nintey Eight
- 1965-1987 Cutlass
- 1965-1970 Eighty Eight
- 1965-1972 F85
- 1965-1966 Dynamic, Starfire
- 1965-1970 Vista Cruiser
- 1982-1986 Bonneville
- 1965-1973 GTO
- 1965-1970 Tempest
- 1965-1973 Le Mans
- 1973-1980 Grand Am
New for 2018!
- Now available value added Metric Rear Control Arm Kit # 916-02024
NotesFits original, stock, rear suspension control arms as well as most aftermarket rear suspension control arms (round or square tube).
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