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G-body or S-10 UCA measurements?

Does anyone know what the measurements on the G-body/S-10 upper control arms are? I found some really nicely priced options for custom uppers by two different companies and I'm trying to figure out which ones to choose and if they will bolt right on.

One is from Speedway Motors - This one just says "Metric chassis" which I think is the correct application, but I don't have measurements to confirm with. They also have MOLY arms for the same style application, and they have a ton more, im sure one set they have will work.

The other one is UB Machine Once again, fairly ambiguous application to my eyes, not sure which set is the proper fitment.

Can anyone point me in the right direction or have experience with any of these? Thanks!

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Many of the off the shelf stock car type arms are different lengths left and right. Do some searching on www.montecarloss.com because they have part #'s and I think measurements.
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My understanding is that the G-body and S-10 have exactly the same front suspension setup, or atleast that the A-Arms are exactly the same. I guess I'm going to have to do a little digging to find out what the measurements are or which of these fit.
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