Performance tubular A-Arms are designed to outperform the stock setup
whether it’s at the race track or an added improvement to your daily
driver; they've been tested and improved to handle both applications.
These A-Arms are designed to add front end rigidity, increased strength
and to eliminate flex found with stock A-Arms. A-Arms are built using
strong DOM steel tubing, 3/16” thick CNC machined ball joint mounts and
are supplied with grease-able Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings.
The lower A-arms are supplied with high quality spherical bearing rod
end on one end of each lower A-arm. This design is to allow free
movement and travel in the front suspension and prevents bushings bind.
The factory GM A-Arm features a rubber pivot bushing in this area; this
is designed to rotate up and down as the suspension travels. Replacing
this bushing with a solid bushing such as polyurethane would not allow
the suspension to articulate correctly and would cause front
suspension bind. The rod end we use features a Teflon lined self
lubricating race designed for a quiet operation. The lower A-arms also
feature adjustment if needed while the upper A-arms are non-adjustable
and feature an improved ball joint angle for lowered vehicles but work
fine on a non-lowered vehicle. The lower A-arms feature new ball joints
installed while the upper A-arms re-use the factory ball joint or new
factory style ball joint.
When do you choose adjustable upper A-Arms?
question we get asked a lot is when do I need adjustable upper A-Arms
for my application? Adjustable A-Arms allow the operator to make front
end changes such as improved caster and camber. These changes are very
crucial when high handling such as autocross or road race is present.
If caster or camber adjustments are desired they must be made by a
professional alignment center. This procedure may take time and involve
extra cost. If your vehicle is exposed to street driving and/or drag
racing these upper A-Arms are the perfect set-up for you.
- Manufactured from 1.250” mild steel tubing
- All tubing precision bent and CNC machined
- New lower ball joints installed
- ¾” high quality chrome moly Teflon lined rod ends
- Grease-able Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings
- Brilliant, Durable and long lasting powder coat
- Uses OEM Hardware
Chrome Moly version uses
1.250" x 0.095" 4130 Chrome Moly steel and fully TIG welded. The Chrome
Moly construction adds increased strength while reducing product
weight by 2-1/2 lbs. Make your selection below.
1993 - 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
1993 - 2002 Pontiac Firebird