QA1 5280 Torque Arm, Steel, Camaro, Firebird
84-02 Chevy Camaro, 84-02 Pontiac Firebird
QA1's Torque Arms feature strong tubular construction and a graphite/polyurethane front bushing to reduce wheel-hop caused by excessive flex under hard accelerations and cornering. Adjustable Torque Arms are built from 1" x .120" wall tubing. They feature 3/4" spherical rod ends, allowing easy pinion angle adjustment.
Powder coated black for durability with grade 8 bolts. Fits vehicles with GM corporate 10-bolt rear ends in which front locator of stock torque arms has lips facing away from driveshaft.
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