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1967-1969 Camaro/Firebird 1968-74 Chevy Nova Upper & Lower Tubular Control Arms

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Tubular Upper & Lower Control Arms Tubular Steel Set for 1967-69 Camaro / Firebird & 1968-74 Chevy Nova.


  •     Black Powder Coated Front Tubular Steel, stronger than the factory arms
  •     4 Piece Set, 2 Uppers & 2 Lowers
  •     Performance grade, improved suspension geometry
  •     Built in positive caster for improved handling
  •     Urethane bump stops
  •     Direct bolt on for cars with disc brakes, no modifications.
  •     Includes grease fittings.
  •     Quality, Strong Welds
  •     Lowers are 1.625 OD - .156 wall DOM tubing
  •     Uppers are 1.125 OD - .125 wall DOM tubing
  •     The upper arms have 4 degrees of positive caster, lowers are stock
  •     These will work with stock/standard coil springs and even coil over

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Install KMJ Tubular A-Arms on First Gen Camaro Chevelle and Second Gen Nova Episode 193 Autorestomod 28:13

We install the KMJ Tubular A-Arms and CPP front disc brake kit for First Gen Camaro, Chevelle or Second Gen Nova. Home page: Rate, ask questions, we are very good about responding! Thanks for watching! Jeff Ford Contact: Sponsor: Parts: Eaton Detroit Spring (contact Eaton Detroit for your application Camaro Line Set Front Brake Stainless Steel: C-4685-30C Arm Pitman P/S: C-6859-1A Rod Steering Connecting (Centerlink) Repro: C-6870-1 Arm Idler Service Grade Good Replacement: C-6895-1S 2 Tie Rod Inner RH or LH: C-6230-8S 2 Tie Rod Outer RH or LH: C-6230-1S 67-69 Camaro Tubular Front Control A-Arms Upper and Lower 68-74 Nova SS X Body: KMJ 12013KIT www.CPP CPP Brake and Spindle Kit (contact CPP for your application)

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  1. Nice arms 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 29th 2016

    My buddy bought some like this from Detroit Speed. They were almost identical. I did replace the ball joints with Moogs as I red an article about doing that. I used my stock springs and shocks to save some money and they fit right in. I like the new feel at the whee.