RideTech 11326699 Rear Upper StrongArms, 78-88 GM G Body
These rear lower StrongArms are a direct replacement for the stock trailing arms for 1978-1988 GM "G" Body cars. They utilize R-Joint Technology and provide added strength to help get the power to the pavement. 1978-1988 GM "G" Body includes Monte Carlo, Cutlass, El Camino, Grand National, Grand Prix and Regal.
R-Joints are a revolutionary rod end design that provides low friction, full range articulation, long service life, lateral stability and quiet operation.
- Articulates in 3 planes 360 degree axial rotation and 30 degrees of total lateral rotation.
- 17-4 investment cast stainless steel housing with rolled threads.
- Polished stainless ball and RTX10 composite cage provides consistent low friction movement.
- Special RTX10 composite cage needs NO lubrication.
- Self cleaning design…movement not affected by ANY water, grit, dirt, or debris.
- Spring loaded closure keeps mechanism tight and rattle free for LIFE!
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StrongArms are optimized to allow proper camber adjustment at your new lowered ride height without using a large stack of shims.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 5 business days for RideTech to ship this item.
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- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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