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1964-1972 GM A-Body Chevelle GTO Cutlass Skylark Tubular Front Control Arms

1964-1972 GM A-Body Chevelle GTO Cutlass Skylark Tubular Front Control Arms

Part #: RNR-98278

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Dramatically improve the handling of your 1964-1972 GM A-body vehicle with these tubular control arms.


1964-1972 GM A-Body Tubular Control Arms

Dramatically improve suspension performance, high speed stability, handling, and strength with this set of front tubular control arms for 1964-1972 GM A-body vehicle. Your purchase includes both front upper and lower control arms.

Key features include....

- True "bolt on" design - No modifications required
- Manufactured from the highest quality DOM steel tubing
- Provides additional built-in positive camber to improve handling
- Urethane bump stops provide ball joint protection at full drop
- Durable black powder coat finish
- Fully assembled and ready to install

Technical specifications....

- Upper arms are 1.125" OD tubing with .125" wall thickness
- Lower arms are 1.625" OD tubuing with .156" wall thickness
- Upper arms have 4 degrees of positive caster for increased stability
- Will work with traditional coil springs or coil overs (designed to mount in stock location)

Part Applications....

Chevrolet Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino, Monte Carlo
Buick Skylark, Gran Sport, GS350, GS400, GS455, GSX
Oldsmobile Cutlass, F85, 442
Pontiac Tempest, Lemans, GTO


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Brands Rusty Nutz & Rodz



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Better than expected for the price!

Review by 1965Z16
I’m shocked by the quality of these control arms for the price. I considered several different sets from various manufacturers before deciding to purchase these, but most others were quite a bit more expensive. I still have a long way to go with my build, so I figured if I could save some money to spend elsewhere, I would. I’m happy that I did. You won’t find better control arms for the money.
(Posted on May 16, 2016)
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Are those Del-A-Lum bushings in the control arm or poly? Also what brand ball joints are used?