RideTech 90003005 Idler Arm, 64-72 GM A Body Cars
Fits 64-67 models with 13/16" center link
Fits 68-70 models with 7/8" center link
Fits 71-72 models
The Idler Arm and Pitman Arm are two of the most commonly worn steering components. Poorly designed joints from the factory quickly loosen and cause excessive play in the steering. Laboratory tested and proven in the real world, these Idler and Pitman Arms feature improved design over the competition for increased longevity and durability.
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