Monte Carlo Bars Wander Bars Rear Frame Supports
The primary function of a Monte Carlo Bar is to keep the shock towers from deflecting in towards the engine when increased loads are induced. This condition can occur from road racing, drag racing, and aggressive street driving. The age of the vehicle also plays a part in it. Global West has found that the shock tower location varies substantially. That is why the Monte Carlo bars are adjustable. They feature right and left-hand rod-ends with jam nuts.
Note: Monte Carlo Bars will not fit with Cobra air cleaners
The Wander Bar ties the front frame horns together on 1982-92 Camaros and Firebirds. The brace came from the factory on some cars. This bar reduces flex and the twisting action generated from the steering box. The Global West Bar features thicker wall tubing than the G.M. bar and vehicle specific bolt hole openings.
Add support between the upper frame cross-member and lower arms pivot points on any G.M. A-body. These supports strengthen the suspension mounting points. Supports include all hardware and are fully assembled
Monte Carlo Bars
Rear Frame Supports
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