The Global West Advantage: What’s Inside
- 1964-72 Chevelle, El Camino, Malibu, Monte Carlo, Skylark, Special, Grand Sport, Sport Wagon, F-85, Cutlass, 442, GTO, Lemans, T37, Tempest
- 1969-72 Grand Prix
1.G-PLUS arms can use stock, 2 inch drop spindles, and ATS spindles.
2. The arms have additional caster built into the them and a improved camber curve. The combination keeps the tire flatter on the pavement.
3. A bump stop is installed on the control arm, eliminating the stock one on the frame. The new bump stop location allows for a limiter, which can be installed for drag race applications.
4. The arms are shipped assembled with billet cross shafts, ball joints, Del-a-lum bushings (standard), and bump stops.
5. New alignment specifications are included.
G-Plus control arms are offered two ways -- with Del-a-lum bushings or with polyurethane.
Part # CTA-42A uses Del-a-lum bushings
Part # CTA-42AP uses polyurethane bushingsIn the Press:
Check out this Car Craft Magazine
article featuring Global West Suspension the G-Plus System for the 1965 El Camino.”Bolt-On Suspension Parts & Brake Upgrades on a 1965 Chevrolet El Camino: Bolt-On Performance Suspension Parts”