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11-25-2010 09:37 AM
Rebuilding suspension, need advice

I've got a 1988 Monte Carlo SS (street machine, this one's not fro the track), it's been in the works for awhile now. The frame is freshly re-painted and the body's back on the car..ext.

To the point, I'm building the new suspension setup for the front, and i've got a few questions about some of my parts that i plan on purchasing. I'm buying allot of my stuff through (

Previously for our late model/ street stock we've used speedwaymotors, and some of the upper tubular control arms from speedwaymotors are strange, you have to purchace two right's and flip one of them.

My question is, is this the same for some of the parts i'm listing here on JRmotorsports??

Control arms, upper upper right upper left

The lower control arms are just stock style, basically factory replacements, not tubular.

And in case anyone is wondering, I'm running these ball joints QA1 low friction, rebuild able. I've heard nothing but good things, and I've seen them in action. I'm confident they'll work great for a street machine.

Thanks for your time guys.

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