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Coilover Lower Arms (Drag Race) part # TLC-79H


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Coilover Lower Arms (Drag Race) part # TLC-79H
Available for
  • 1967-69 Firebird, Camaro
  • 1968-74 Nova
  • 1973-74 Apollo, Omega
  • 1971-74 Ventura
The arms are powder coated black; they have low friction ball joints and are shipped pre-assembled. Installing coilover shocks are easy compared to the conventional coil spring. QA-1 and Afco shocks are most commonly used. The Global West Advantage: TLC Drag Series The TLC Drag Series Advantage
  • For coilover applications only
  • All drag series A-arms use a low friction bushing that allows the control arm to literally drop when they are installed. The beauty of design is that not only is there reduced friction, but there is zero deflection and no fore and aft movement. TLCs use Delrin type bushings machined specifically for our shafts and housings. Delrin, which is patented, is a hard plastic and can handle extreme loads associated with suspension components. It is long lasting and very durable. Grease fittings are installed in the control arms for lubricating the bushings. Synthetic grease is recommended.
  • High speed stability is greatly improved and stable as the car comes down from a wheelie. Both upper and lower control arms feature these bushings.
  • Doubling plates are used in the loaded areas where the shock bolts to the arm to handle the increased load being placed through the shock attachment points versus the conventional stock spring location.
  • Weight savings is minimal using the lower arm because of the tubing wall thickness required. Lower arms are considered load carriers and are "beefed up" to handle wheel stands and extreme loads. The weight savings on a set of four is mainly through the upper control arms.
  • The factory sway bar attachment points have been removed for reducing control arm weight, plus drag cars donít run front sway bars anyway.
  • The arms are powder coated black
  • Comes with low friction ball joints
  • Bump Stops
  • Arms are pre-assembled

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$559.00
Global West tubular lower a-arms for 1967, 1968, 1969, Camaro and Firebird and 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Nova and Ventura using coilover shocks and springs.
Global West tubular lower a-arms for 1967, 1968, 1969, Camaro and Firebird and 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Nova and Ventura using coilover shocks and springs.QA-1 shock with an adjuster and spring setting on the shock. The adjuster threads onto the shock body and will set ride height when adjusted up or down on the shock.
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Available for
  • 1967-69 Firebird, Camaro
  • 1968-74 Nova
  • 1973-74 Apollo, Omega
  • 1971-74 Ventura
The arms are powder coated black; they have low friction ball joints and are shipped pre-assembled. Installing coilover shocks are easy compared to the conventional coil spring. QA-1 and Afco shocks are most commonly used.

The Global West Advantage: TLC Drag Series

The TLC Drag Series Advantage
  • For coilover applications only
  • All drag series A-arms use a low friction bushing that allows the control arm to literally drop when they are installed. The beauty of design is that not only is there reduced friction, but there is zero deflection and no fore and aft movement. TLCs use Delrin type bushings machined specifically for our shafts and housings. Delrin, which is patented, is a hard plastic and can handle extreme loads associated with suspension components. It is long lasting and very durable. Grease fittings are installed in the control arms for lubricating the bushings. Synthetic grease is recommended.
  • High speed stability is greatly improved and stable as the car comes down from a wheelie. Both upper and lower control arms feature these bushings.
  • Doubling plates are used in the loaded areas where the shock bolts to the arm to handle the increased load being placed through the shock attachment points versus the conventional stock spring location.
  • Weight savings is minimal using the lower arm because of the tubing wall thickness required. Lower arms are considered load carriers and are "beefed up" to handle wheel stands and extreme loads. The weight savings on a set of four is mainly through the upper control arms.
  • The factory sway bar attachment points have been removed for reducing control arm weight, plus drag cars donít run front sway bars anyway.
  • The arms are powder coated black
  • Comes with low friction ball joints
  • Bump Stops
  • Arms are pre-assembled
$559.00
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Available for
  • 1967-69 Firebird, Camaro
  • 1968-74 Nova
  • 1973-74 Apollo, Omega
  • 1971-74 Ventura
The arms are powder coated black; they have low friction ball joints and are shipped pre-assembled. Installing coilover shocks are easy compared to the conventional coil spring. QA-1 and Afco shocks are most commonly used.

The Global West Advantage: TLC Drag Series

The TLC Drag Series Advantage
  • For coilover applications only
  • All drag series A-arms use a low friction bushing that allows the control arm to literally drop when they are installed. The beauty of design is that not only is there reduced friction, but there is zero deflection and no fore and aft movement. TLCs use Delrin type bushings machined specifically for our shafts and housings. Delrin, which is patented, is a hard plastic and can handle extreme loads associated with suspension components. It is long lasting and very durable. Grease fittings are installed in the control arms for lubricating the bushings. Synthetic grease is recommended.
  • High speed stability is greatly improved and stable as the car comes down from a wheelie. Both upper and lower control arms feature these bushings.
  • Doubling plates are used in the loaded areas where the shock bolts to the arm to handle the increased load being placed through the shock attachment points versus the conventional stock spring location.
  • Weight savings is minimal using the lower arm because of the tubing wall thickness required. Lower arms are considered load carriers and are "beefed up" to handle wheel stands and extreme loads. The weight savings on a set of four is mainly through the upper control arms.
  • The factory sway bar attachment points have been removed for reducing control arm weight, plus drag cars donít run front sway bars anyway.
  • The arms are powder coated black
  • Comes with low friction ball joints
  • Bump Stops
  • Arms are pre-assembled
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