- Maintains factory steering and suspension geometry and stock steering arms bolt to the same location as on the stock spindle
- Fits all 1964-1972 a-body (chevy chevelle / el camino / monte carlo, oldsmobile cutlass, pontiac gto / tempest / lemans, el camino, buick skylark), 1968-1974 x-body (chevy nova, pontiac ventura, buick apollo, oldsmobile omega) and 1967-1969 f-body (chevrolet camaro, pontiac firebird)
- Lowers the vehicle 2 inches from stock ride height
- Manufactured from forged steel for strength and long life
- One pair per package
- Spindles Make It Easy To Retrofit Cars Already Equipped With Oem Single Piston Disc Brakes
- Will Fit All 1964-1972 A-Body, 1968-1974 X-Body, 1967-1969 F-Body
- Requires the use of drop spindle caliper brackets 555-631762
I have a 1967 Chevelle with stock drum brakes in front. Will these spindles work on my car?
will these fit my 77 cad. De Ville?
Will this work on my 1958 chevy truck apache
other than changing the spindles, what other additional parts are needed to complete the swap?
Will these move the wheels outboard when installed on a 1969 chevelle factory disc brake car. I currently have CPP drop spindles installed. they change the outboard location creating a tire clearance issue. I'm looking for a solution.
Does the steering arm bracket mount to the top or the bottom set of holes?
Will these move the wheels out in the wheel wells?
Will these fit a 1972 chevelle?
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