QA1 52301 Tubular Upper Control Arms, 1973-76 Mopar A-Body
Upper Position, Tubular Control Arm Style, Steel, Polyurethane Bushing Material, Powder Coated
- Specially designed to fit the 1973-76 Mopar A-Body
- Features a tubular construction, black powder coat and polyurethane inner pivot bushings
- Will increase caster by approximately 3 degrees
- Engineered to be a direct bolt-in on your factory k-member and are twice as strong as factory arms and don't add any weight
- Set includes bushings, pivot arms and nuts for ease of installation
Stronger than the factory control arms without adding any weight! Ready to bolt on control arm sets for your Mopar. They feature tubular construction, black powder coat and polyurethane inner pivot bushings. These upper control arms increase caster by approximately 3 degrees. Each set comes with ball joints.
QA1 offers Mopar A, B and E-Body control arms with sway bar tabs. These lower control arms are a direct bolt-in on your factory k-member and are twice as strong as factory arms and don't add any weight. The set includes bushings, pivot arms and nuts for ease of installation.
- Part #52301 is designed to work on only factory cars and any A-Body that was swapped to disc brakes with factory parts (large ball joint). Part #52307 is designed to work with the 1964-66 A-Body with no sway bar and the 1967-73 A-Body with the 1973-76 sway bar or "flat bar." Part #52308 is only recommended for 1962-70 B-Body applications with no sway bar or E-Body sway bar and QA1 K-Member #52315. Part #52308 is designed to work with the E-Body sway bar and the 1971-72 B-Body sway bar.
- Part #52301 is only for factory cars and any A-Body that was swapped to disc brakes with factory parts (large ball joint).
NotesDesigned for factory vehicles with disc brakes or converted to disc brakes.and using OEM parts (large ball joint).
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