JEGS 555-64556 Tubular Lower Control Arms for 1964-1972 Buick Skylark, Chevrolet Chevelle, El Camino, Malibu, Monte Carlo, Oldsmobile 442, Cutlass, F85, Vista Cruiser, and Pontiac GTO, Lemans, Tempest are the perfect upgrade for your classic ride. These control arms are made from high-quality 1.625 in. O.D. x .156 in. wall DOM steel tubing CNC bent and welded to factory fitment specifications, and then they are powder coated in a black finish to give a clean look. Each lower control arm has a deeper spring pocket which lowers the ride height 1 1/2 in. to 2 in. compared to stock arms. These control arms include ball joints, sway bar links, and polyoxymethylene bushings that isolate road noise and provide long life and an excellent ride.
Will these fit a 85 Monte Carlo
Will a Proforged 101-10014 or stock A-body balljoint fit in these arms? Does the 1 1/2-2" drop come from a lowered spring pocket? If the lowers are used without the matching uppers is 1 1/2-2" of drop still expected? Will these work with drum brakes?
Not looking to lower my vehicle, just lighten it up a bit from the factory setting. My headers are a key factor, will this item help or hurt me?
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