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Author Topic:   Upper A-arm length
Tim Cornely
unregistered Total posts: 66
posted April 22, 2002 01:36 AM
We have a unk year Bullitt chassis, probably early 90's that we got used out of New York. Trying to put the front end together and found some problems. The parts we got with the car are somewhat mismatched. The upper A-arms are different lengths and so are the lowers. My question is, where do I start, I noted in my catalogs that you can buy any length you want, what should the overall track width be? I can adjust for camber, ackerman and bump steer if I can find a starting point. I talked to Bullitt but they did not start keeping records on their chassis until a couple of years ago. Steer me in the right direction if any of you can. Thanks, Tim Tucson, AZ

Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 3
posted April 23, 2002 06:29 AM
If you could tell me the year of the chassis and what length upper and lower control arms you have I can probably help you! I have worked on alot of Bullitt Chassis's so I'm pretty sure I can help you!

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Total posts: 38
posted April 23, 2002 07:25 PM
The chassis number should be on top of the steering post. If you give me that I can probably figure out what year it is. Chances are it needs 7 3/4" uppers, a 16 5/8" left lower and a 17 5/8 right lower.


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