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Old 02-08-2007, 03:29 PM
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A Arm upper and lower replacement

Will a 70 - 72 chevell upper and lower a arms fit a 67 Malibu and work without any modifications?
I have a chance to get upper and lower a arms off 70-72 chevelle.. Complete front end, arms, linkage, etc.... I have a 67 el camino frame without anything except the power steering unit..Can I just pull the parts off the 70-72 chevelle and put them on the 67 frame.. Any potential alignment problems... Anything to watch out for...Any help would be appreciated, Need help... :

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Old 02-08-2007, 03:58 PM
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I don't know about the uppers but the lowers years are 62 to 67, 68 to 72, and 73-77 chevelle. I say they will not.

Double check the Vin No. to make sure your not off a year.
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I am pretty sure you can take the disc brake setup off the 70 -72 and bolt onto the 67 a arms and it will work with no problem.. That is where I am going with the a arms... Why shouldnt they be the same if you do a direct swap.. Just thinking .. May not work that way...
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