- 2 x Upper rear trailing arms
- 2 x Lower rear trailing arms
- 4 x Jam nuts
- Installation manual
- Full install DVD
- Bushings included (optional)
- Bushings installed (optional)
Not Included, Included In Kit, Installed In Kit
|Vehicle Platform / Type||
GM A Body
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UCL tubular adjustable rear trailing control arms for 1964-1972 General Motors A body including Oldsmobile Cutlass, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Chevelle, GTO, Pontiac Grand Am, Buick Century, LeMans, Regal, Malibu, Skylark, Tempest, El Camino and Gransport, Gs, Special, Sport, Nomad, SS, 442, F85, Vista Cruiser, Grand Prix, Ventura, Sprint, and Beaumont.
Heavy duty trailing arms for your 64-72 A body platform
These rear trailing arms have up to 3 inches of adjustment over stock. OUR REAR ARMS ARE HANDS DOWN THE STRONGEST OUT THERE! Built out of ridiculously oversize massive 3/16″ wall 1 3/4″ diameter DOM tube they are rated for over 1000hp! Will work with our UCL universal spring lift kits and all other brand kits/springs in 3″ up to 12″ lifts.. These arms are designed to be used when lifting your car to keep the rear axle centered in the wheel well and to keep your drive shaft angle correct. The trailing arms will keep your wheel / stance looking correct and will also prevent you from breaking u-joints.
Powder coated finish comes standard
Durable black powder coat finish and lifetime warranty come standard. You will need to reuse your stock bushings or purchase new ones. Remember to add the bushings! Most shops and customers agree that the installation time and stress levels are greatly reduced when you have us INSTALL the bushings. Simply select the option that says “Installed In Kit”.
Important information about UCL adjustable trailing arms
Universal Car Lifts extended length adjustable trailing arms are designed to fit lifted vehicles. As a result, they are 1″-2″ longer than stock at their shortest, and can be adjusted up to 3″-4″ longer than stock. Our trailing arms will ensure that the drive shaft and rear wheels are positioned correctly on vehicles with between 3″ and 12″ of suspension lift.
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