AJE Third and Fourth Generation GM F-Body Tubular Front K-Member and Components are the most advanced front suspension components available For the 1982-92 Chevy Camaro and Pontiac Firebird. With a set of aftermarket brakes, K-member, A-arms and a rack and pinion kit, you can remove up to 170lbs from your 82-92 F-Body. The Tubular K-member alone is designed to reduce weight by 25 lbs plus increases header clearance. This K-member will accept factory A-arms and springs with the bolt-on perches sold separately. It also features a high quality powder coated finish for a great look and lasting appearance.
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I am interested in the AJE #CF-3033-175 coil over kit for 82-92 F body but cannot find how they are installed, reviews or anything. Any insight is helpful. Thanks!!
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