QA1 5269 Tubular Trailing Arm, GM A-Body, Rear, Upper, Pair
Steel, Powder Coated, Black, Tubular Control Arm Style, Bushing Included
Keep your tires planted firmly on the ground for improved traction and a more predictable, better handling car with QA1's rear trailing arms. These upper tubular trailing arms fit 1964-1967 GM A-body vehicles and are constructed of 1-1/4" diameter .120" wall steel tubing, which offers increased strength over other designs. It also has the added advantage of lighter weight. Polyurethane bushings are used on both ends. Sold in pairs. Made in the USA.
1964 axle housings use smaller bushings than newer cars and require QA1 9032-383 Bushing Kit. This kit reuses the factory outer bushing shells.
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