QA1 HK02-CRA1 1967-72 Mopar A-Body Handling Suspension Kit, Level 2
67-72 Dart, 67-69 Barracuda, 70-72 Duster, 71-72 Scamp, 67-72 Valiant, Front Sway Bar Included
- Specifically designed to fit the 1967-1972 Mopar A-body vehicles
- Engineered to seamlessly work with whatever OE component each piece attaches to
- Control arms are made of high-strength tubular steel and have a black powder coated finish
- Includes 18 way adjustable front and rear shocks
- Also comes with tubular k-member, dynamic strut bars, torsion bar adjuster, and camber bolt adjuster
Want better handling for your Dart, Demon, Duster or Valiant? Turn to QA1's handling suspension kits for the performance level and ride that best fits your needs. Available in three different levels of performance, these handling kits offers easy, bolt-in installation and seamlessly works with whatever OE component each piece attaches to.
Don't want to make the investment right away? No problem. You can build your car in stages, using our parts list as a road map to get to the level of performance you want and have the peace of mind knowing you won't have compatibility issues.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 15 business days for QA1 to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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