Drag Racing Control Arms
QA1 52937 drag racing lower control arms will improve the handling characteristics of any 1964-1972 GM A-Body.
- Improves a vehicle suspension geometry to increase overall handling, ride quality, and vehicle stance
- Ultra low friction composite bushings for bind-free motion that optimizes weight transfer during launches
- Increased positive caster for straight-line stability
- Manufactured using high-strength low alloy steel, and an exclusive ball joint housing design that provides one of the lightest designs available at less than 10 lbs. each. The lighter weight will lower a vehicle's unsprung weight improving performance.
- Utilizes QA1 Ultimate low-friction ball joints that feature low-maintenance, strengthened construction, rebuildable design, and an integrated dust boot for long-term service.
- Lower arms include adjustable steering stops and bump stops
- Utilizes stock style sway bar links (not included)
- Mounts in the stock location requiring no modifications
- Compatible with stock spindles or drop spindles
- Double-sheer lower mounts are coil-over ready and are compatible with QA1 single adjustable, double adjustable, and MOD Series Pro coil-over shocks
- Compatible with factory or aftermarket disc brake systems
- Suitable for use on the street and racing
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