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Global West Complete Tubular Lower Control Arm 1967 Ford Falcon

459-TBF-6

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Global West TBF-6
$434.99
Complete Tubular Lower Control Arm
  • 1967 Ford Falcon
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    Is the relocation of the upper control arm the 1 inch Shelby drop? Also, the TBF-6 has the Del-a-lum bushing, correct? I assume this reduces the vibration and noise inherent with a spherical rod bushing.

    Asked by: MustangSilly
    This lower arm uses a replaceable spherical bearing.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-10-27
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