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Upper Control arm bumper stops?

Hey guys just have a quick question..ive been searching for upper control arm bumper stops for my 76 monte and the only option i have so far is opgi...the thing is they want $40 for both including the shipping..i found some on ebay that look just like the ones i had that were damaged...but they were from a camaro..control arm looked identical to mine...can i use those? they are from 1970-1981 camaros...if not, where can i find some for a more reasonable price?

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Ah the old rubber bumpstop

Check with JC Whitney, they usually have cheap stuff that no one else seems to carry. And as long as the Camaro stops are the same profile and mounting tab, use them.
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Rock Auto??.
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2nd-gen Camaros and '73-77 Montes have lots in common in the front end dept. Going to RockAuto and comparing part #s is a good thing to do...

but...

They list no upper bumpers. They have lowers however, and the two cars have the same part number, so it's a safe bet that would apply to uppers too. GM was usually pretty good that way.
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