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Falcon 1966, and 1967 tubular lower front control arms Part # TBF-6F Sold as a pair.

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Falcon 1966, and 1967 tubular lower front control arms Part # TBF-6F Sold as a pair.
Global West Suspension manufactures a tubular lower control arm for 1966 and 1967 Falcons. The lower arm got longer in 1966 versus the 1962-65 models. The strut rod and upper arms also changed. Generally speaking the Falcon took on the front end of a 67 Mustang or should we say the 67 Mustang took on the front end of a 66 Falcon. Either way the lower control arm or strut rods changed. Global West improved the design over stock by changing the bushing in the lower arm over to a replaceable spherical bearing. Global West also chooses not to use a polyurethane bushing. Rubber has a tendency to deflect during hard cornering and polyurethane restricts the arm from tilting as the suspension moves up and down. Note: The tilt of the control arm comes from the strut rod. You want the lower arm to move freely without restriction but still remain in its intended path. The spherical bearing will do that. In addition to the upgraded bushing we also have a replaceable lower ball joint. On factory lower arms when the ball joint wears out, you have to replace the entire control arm. In this case the only the ball is required. The lower ball joint is a standard Chrysler ball joint used in street cars as well as a favorite ball joint in stock cars. This ball joint can be serviced anywhere in the county. During the design of this control arm Global West choose to maintain the stock length. Making the arm adjustable creates problems with the geometry of the front end. It can make the alignment easier but the side affect are not worth it. Plus the arm is stronger without the adjustment. Global West manufactures its control arms in house. The main tube is made out of 1 5/8 dom (drawn over mandrel) .125 wall material tubing. The twin side tubes are 1-inch .125 wall dom tubing. The arm is jig fitted during the machining process and during welding. As you can imagine the arm is very strong compared to the factory arm. Global West is noted for building safe long lasting products. The control arm is a fixed length arm TBF-6F is powder coated black, fully assembled and is ready for installation right out of the box. For more information, watch the YouTube video above.

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1966 and 1967 Ford Falcon replacement front lower control arm from Global West Suspension.
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Global West Suspension manufactures a tubular lower control arm for 1966 and 1967 Falcons. The lower arm got longer in 1966 versus the 1962-65 models. The strut rod and upper arms also changed. Generally speaking the Falcon took on the front end of a 67 Mustang or should we say the 67 Mustang took on the front end of a 66 Falcon. Either way the lower control arm or strut rods changed. Global West improved the design over stock by changing the bushing in the lower arm over to a replaceable spherical bearing. Global West also chooses not to use a polyurethane bushing. Rubber has a tendency to deflect during hard cornering and polyurethane restricts the arm from tilting as the suspension moves up and down. Note: The tilt of the control arm comes from the strut rod. You want the lower arm to move freely without restriction but still remain in its intended path. The spherical bearing will do that.

In addition to the upgraded bushing we also have a replaceable lower ball joint. On factory lower arms when the ball joint wears out, you have to replace the entire control arm. In this case the only the ball is required. The lower ball joint is a standard Chrysler ball joint used in street cars as well as a favorite ball joint in stock cars. This ball joint can be serviced anywhere in the county.

During the design of this control arm Global West choose to maintain the stock length. Making the arm adjustable creates problems with the geometry of the front end. It can make the alignment easier but the side affect are not worth it. Plus the arm is stronger without the adjustment.

Global West manufactures its control arms in house. The main tube is made out of 1 5/8 dom (drawn over mandrel) .125 wall material tubing. The twin side tubes are 1-inch .125 wall dom tubing. The arm is jig fitted during the machining process and during welding. As you can imagine the arm is very strong compared to the factory arm. Global West is noted for building safe long lasting products. The control arm is a fixed length arm

TBF-6F is powder coated black, fully assembled and is ready for installation right out of the box.

For more information, watch the YouTube video above.
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Global West Suspension manufactures a tubular lower control arm for 1966 and 1967 Falcons. The lower arm got longer in 1966 versus the 1962-65 models. The strut rod and upper arms also changed. Generally speaking the Falcon took on the front end of a 67 Mustang or should we say the 67 Mustang took on the front end of a 66 Falcon. Either way the lower control arm or strut rods changed. Global West improved the design over stock by changing the bushing in the lower arm over to a replaceable spherical bearing. Global West also chooses not to use a polyurethane bushing. Rubber has a tendency to deflect during hard cornering and polyurethane restricts the arm from tilting as the suspension moves up and down. Note: The tilt of the control arm comes from the strut rod. You want the lower arm to move freely without restriction but still remain in its intended path. The spherical bearing will do that.

In addition to the upgraded bushing we also have a replaceable lower ball joint. On factory lower arms when the ball joint wears out, you have to replace the entire control arm. In this case the only the ball is required. The lower ball joint is a standard Chrysler ball joint used in street cars as well as a favorite ball joint in stock cars. This ball joint can be serviced anywhere in the county.

During the design of this control arm Global West choose to maintain the stock length. Making the arm adjustable creates problems with the geometry of the front end. It can make the alignment easier but the side affect are not worth it. Plus the arm is stronger without the adjustment.

Global West manufactures its control arms in house. The main tube is made out of 1 5/8 dom (drawn over mandrel) .125 wall material tubing. The twin side tubes are 1-inch .125 wall dom tubing. The arm is jig fitted during the machining process and during welding. As you can imagine the arm is very strong compared to the factory arm. Global West is noted for building safe long lasting products. The control arm is a fixed length arm

TBF-6F is powder coated black, fully assembled and is ready for installation right out of the box.

For more information, watch the YouTube video above.

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