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Global West 719

Bilet Shaft 1965-70 Full Size Chevy

Global West 719

Part Number: 459-719

Bilet Shaft
  • 1965-70 Full Size Chevy
  • 1963-82 Corvette
  • Sold Individually
  • $87.99
    Ships 11/07/16
    if Ordered Today
    Global West 719 Bilet Shaft 1965-70 Full Size Chevy $87.99


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    Del-A-Lum Bushings are a direct replacement for rubber or polyurethane control arm bushings. They are perfect for street or race applications. Del-A-Lum bushings feature inner and outer thrust washers, inner rotating sleeve, and lube fittings. This unique design provides smooth performance without squeaks or bind. Designed to last over 100,000 miles, Del-A-Lum bushings on the street or at the track will give you optimum performance and control.

    Del-A-Lum Bushings Features and Benefits:
  • Zero deflection fore and aft
  • Perfect for street and race applications
  • Smooth movement up and down
  • Easy press-in installation for most applications
  • Directly replaces factory bushings
  • Fully greasable
  • Low maintenance
  • Quiet, will not squeak
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Offset Shafts can be used in the factory upper control arms and take the place of stock shafts. Offset shafts generally give you about 1-1/4 degree change. All shafts are made out of billet steel and are supplied with hardware for the shaft, but not for the frame. Standard non-offset shafts are also available and are highly recommended if you are using Del-A-Lum or polyurethane bushings. The shafts are made to accommodate 5/8'' fine threaded locking nuts rather than a factory shaft that uses a 3/8'' bolt holding the bushing in place.

    Offset Shaft Features and Benefits:
  • Improved general alignment applications. Performance alignment setting is far easier to obtain with offset shafts. The shaft allows caster to be added without losing proper camber settings.
  • Correcting alignment for frame sag or for frames that have been damaged.
  • Obtaining specified alignment using tubular control arms.

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