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Corvette Rear Suspension Swing Arms for 1963-82 with bearing pivot Part # TBC-9 Sold as a pair.


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Corvette Rear Suspension Swing Arms for 1963-82 with bearing pivot Part # TBC-9 Sold as a pair.
Global West manufactures a rear tubular swing arm for 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982 Corvettes. The swing is offset to the inside to allow for a bigger tire and wheel package. The parking brake cable, which causes the biggest problem, is repositioned to run through the control arm instead of underneath it. This allows more back space on the wheel. Once the cable is out of the way, the next limiting factor for big tires is the inside fender well, not the swing arm. This swing arm design does not look like a heavy offset like others, but the clearance is there because of the smart changes done to the arm. At the forward location of the swing arm-- Global West installs a Teflon lined spherical bearing that allows the swing arm to move through the suspension arch without bind. The result makes it easier to tune the suspension because the spring rate is not being affected. As you may already know, suspension bind equates to spring rate increases. The Global West Advantage:
  • Arms are shipped pre-assembled and ready to go
  • Powder coated black finish
  • Designed for the standard hub assembly
  • New hub assembly hardware is supplied
Note: A Teflon lined bearing does not require lubrication; it is self lubricated. For more information, watch the YouTube video above.

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$669.38
Corvette rear suspension swing arms, tubular design and offset for more tire clearance. 1963-82 models manufactured by Global West suspension.
Corvette rear suspension swing arms, tubular design and offset for more tire clearance. 1963-82 models manufactured by Global West suspension.Teflon lined bearing removes binding.
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Global West manufactures a rear tubular swing arm for 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982 Corvettes.

The swing is offset to the inside to allow for a bigger tire and wheel package. The parking brake cable, which causes the biggest problem, is repositioned to run through the control arm instead of underneath it. This allows more back space on the wheel.

Once the cable is out of the way, the next limiting factor for big tires is the inside fender well, not the swing arm. This swing arm design does not look like a heavy offset like others, but the clearance is there because of the smart changes done to the arm.

At the forward location of the swing arm-- Global West installs a Teflon lined spherical bearing that allows the swing arm to move through the suspension arch without bind. The result makes it easier to tune the suspension because the spring rate is not being affected. As you may already know, suspension bind equates to spring rate increases.

The Global West Advantage:
  • Arms are shipped pre-assembled and ready to go
  • Powder coated black finish
  • Designed for the standard hub assembly
  • New hub assembly hardware is supplied
Note: A Teflon lined bearing does not require lubrication; it is self lubricated.

For more information, watch the YouTube video above.
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Corvette Rear Suspension Swing Arms for 1963-82 with bearing pivot Part # TBC-9 Sold as a pair.
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Global West manufactures a rear tubular swing arm for 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982 Corvettes.

The swing is offset to the inside to allow for a bigger tire and wheel package. The parking brake cable, which causes the biggest problem, is repositioned to run through the control arm instead of underneath it. This allows more back space on the wheel.

Once the cable is out of the way, the next limiting factor for big tires is the inside fender well, not the swing arm. This swing arm design does not look like a heavy offset like others, but the clearance is there because of the smart changes done to the arm.

At the forward location of the swing arm-- Global West installs a Teflon lined spherical bearing that allows the swing arm to move through the suspension arch without bind. The result makes it easier to tune the suspension because the spring rate is not being affected. As you may already know, suspension bind equates to spring rate increases.

The Global West Advantage:
  • Arms are shipped pre-assembled and ready to go
  • Powder coated black finish
  • Designed for the standard hub assembly
  • New hub assembly hardware is supplied
Note: A Teflon lined bearing does not require lubrication; it is self lubricated.

For more information, watch the YouTube video above.
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