1968-1972 GM A-Body Lower A Control Arm, Left Side/Oval Bushings, OEM
Left Lower Position, Stamped Control Arm Style, 15.50" Mount Center to Ball Joint Center, Steel
These 1968-1972 GM A-Body lower A-arms are reclaimed OEM factory stamped arms. Reclaimed arms include original rubber bushings which may or may not still be useable (press out old bushings and install new ones if needed). All arms are inspected and retain stock suspension geometry.
Use Moog ball joint style K5103. Use round polyurethane or steel bushings available separately (see Specs tab).
- ALMOST ALL AFTERMARKET MODIFIEDS
- 1968-1972 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE, EL CAMINO, MALIBU, & MONTE CARLO
- 1968-1972 PONTIAC LEMANS, GRAND AM, GRAND LEMANS, GTO, TEMPEST, & T37
- 1969-1972 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
- 1968-1972 BUICK CENTURY, LUXUS, REGAL, SKYLARK, & SPECIAL
- 1968-1972 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS, F85, VISTA CRUISER, 4-4-2, & CALAIS
- Some OE control arms had oval-shaped rubber bushings. If you need that type of arm we occasionally have some available.
- Center of ball joint to the center of the bushing is 15-1/2"
- Outside to outside of bushing is 13-1/4"
- Inside to inside of bushing is 9-1/8"
- Bushings needed:
- Steel front 916-34034 or Urethane front 916-34534
- Steel rear 916-34036 or Urethane rear 916-34536
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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