Hotchkis Upper Control Arms 1967-1976 Mopar A-Body
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Mopar Tubular Upper A-Arms
Dramatically improve your classic Mopar's cornering performance, traction, and steering response with Hotchkis Sport Suspension Tubular A-Arms. Specifically designed to correct excessive caster gain and create the proper negative camber curve, this kit features TIG Welded lightweight A-Arms that are fully gusseted for strength and feature High Articulation Rod Ends for maximum adjustability. Finished off with high-quality ball joints and a lustrous, "nickel look" powder-coated finish, seamlessly blending performance, form, and function.
- TIG Welded, 1-1/8" high-strength tubing with laser cut reinforcement gussets.
- High Quality, 5/8" High Articulation Rod Ends and ball joints installed.
- Improves caster and increases camber gain for better handling and increases control.
- High Quality Ball joint Installed.
- Lustrous, "Nickel look" powder coated finish.
- Dramatically improves traction and steering response.
- Lightweight Tubular A-Arms improve camber curve.
- Reduced Bump Steer
- Bolt-On Installation
Application note: This arm is designed to be used on cars running the 73-76 "big ball joint" spindle only. For control arms using the stock 67-72 "Small ball joint" spindles please use part number 515-1112-S.
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