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QA1 5285 Adjustable Rear Frame Support, GM A/G-Body
QA1 5285 Adjustable Rear Frame Support, GM A/G-Body

QA1 5285 Adjustable Rear Frame Support, GM A/G-Body

78-88 Buick, 78-88 Chevy, 81-87 GMC, 78-88 Oldsmobile, 78-87 Pontiac

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QA1 Adjustable Rear Frame Supports are engineered to improve handling, traction and all around suspension performance by eliminating unwanted chassis flex and reinforcing the upper and lower trailing arm mounts. Made from 1" diameter cold rolled steel tubing, they feature zinc plated adjustable threaded sleeves for adjusting the preload in the rear trailing arm mount after installation. Designed to clear stock and aftermarket mufflers and includes all of the necessary hardware for an easy installation.

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