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Author Topic:   70` chevelle lowers ?
dirtsquirt
Member
posted December 21, 2003 09:27 AM
We have some with the oval bushings. I think we bought the new bushings from O'riellys parts store.


tilley88
Member
posted December 21, 2003 03:44 PM
I've seen steel bushings for the oval type on ebay from time to time. Pricey, tho....


ss11
Member
posted December 21, 2003 08:49 PM
'70-'72 Monte Carlo had 'em, too.


Racer14K
Member
posted December 22, 2003 03:39 PM
'70 - '72 A-Body GM cars and all El Camino's used the oval bushing.

MOOG #K5149


dirtsquirt
Member
posted December 22, 2003 07:08 PM
Yes, it is rubber and MOOG bushings come as a set so one box will do one control arm.


Dman
Member
posted December 29, 2003 06:54 AM
I'd heard a rumor that an aftermarket replacement A-Arm was being made for the 68-70 chevelle lower. Does anyone have any info on this. These lowers are getting hard to find out west, and pretty expensive.


Racer111
Member
posted December 29, 2003 10:29 AM
Whats lower a-frames going for nowadays ?


madmodshoe
Member
posted December 29, 2003 08:56 PM
It will only be allowed if it has an IMCA stamp and they get $5.00 from the sale of every one of them!


Chad
Member
posted December 30, 2003 10:28 AM
I hear that Madmodshoe, but would gladly pay and extra $5 if I could find a dependable source at a reasonable price. You don't want to know how much I paid for a set from DirtWorks, I'm embarrassed to say. I heard a rumor that the Chevelle and Nova lowers were being produced by an aftermarket company, but wanted to find out for sure, and how to contact the company.


Racer14K
Member
posted December 30, 2003 11:21 AM
I have bought a couple sets of chevelle lowers off of ebay at an average price of $70.00 for the set. Most adds from racers and salvage yards are wanting $100.00 to $120.00 for a set.


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