Speedway Steel Lower A-Arm Bushing, 1.650 O.D. x .500 I.D.
Steel Bushing Material, 2.400" Overall Length, .50" Inside Diameter, 1.650" Outside Diameter
- Fits 1968 to 1972 GM A body cars such as Chevelle in the rear position of the front lower control arm
- These steel lower control arm bushings are virtually "bulletproof"
- Solid steel construction minimizes alignment change during cornering since they do not deflect
- Greasable design ensures bind free pivot motion
- Sold each
These steel lower control arm bushings are virtually "bulletproof". They will minimize alignment change during cornering since they do not deflect. Bushings are sold each and include a grease zerk fitting for lubrication.
Item Details68-72 GM A-Body Rear
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