UMI 4063-B 64-67 A-Body Front Tubular Frame Brace, Bolt-In, Black
Steel, Powdercoated, Black
With modern high grip tires, improved suspension and big power, today’s muscle cars need more help than ever to survive. This front frame brace improves chassis rigidity, reduces steering gear movement and provides for a crisper handling experience. UMI pairs precision laser cut brackets with strong 1.250” USA tubing to reinforce the front frame sway bar mounting area. These direct bolt-in braces require no cutting or welding and are available in gloss black and UMI red. 100% designed and manufactured with pride in Philipsburg, PA – USA.
1.250” USA made tubing
3/16” laser cut brackets
Available in UMI red or gloss black powder coat
Uses existing hardware
Direct bolt-in requires no holes to be drilled.
Bolts in place using OEM hardware and can be used with OEM sway bar bushings and aftermarket poly mounts.
Installation time is approximately 20 minutes.
Tested with factory sway bars and UMI sway bars. Check fitment with UMI Technician before purchasing for other aftermarket or custom sway bars.
- 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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