UMI 3010 78-88 G-Body Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets
Optimize your vehicle's instant center and improve forward traction by lowering the rear of the lower control arm 2", 2-3/4", or 3-1/2". These weld-in brackets are CAD designed to accommodate factory lower control arms as well as all popular aftermarket styles. Robust flanges inside the brackets add reinforcement and ensure factory bushings bolt right in. Brackets installed provide an average 0.10 second (or better) 60-foot reduction and an overall improvement in launch consistency. Brackets are constructed of 0.188" mild steel and CNC machined to precision tolerances. These brackets will work with all OEM and aftermarket rear ends and can be installed in around an hour-welding required. Premium Grade 10.9 hardware and installation instructions are included with each kit.
Installation: Brackets are weld-in only and install in approximately 1 hour. Hardware and installation instructions are included with each kit.
- Works with factory height or lowered vehicles. Simply weld-in & launch using your existing factory control arms.
- Multiple adjustment holes ideal to correct control arm angle on lowered vehicles.
- Choose 2", 2-3/4", or 3-1/2" drop.
- Track testing shows an average of 0.10 second reduction in 60-foot times.
- CAD designed, CNC machined, 0.188" mild steel
- Accepts standard or poly bushings, rod ends & Roto-Joints
- Adjustment holes follow natural arc of lower control arm for direct bolt-in
- Shipped uncoated for easy welding
- Designed and manufactured with pride in Philipsburg, PA-USA.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 10 business days for UMI Performance to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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