Detroit Speeds tubular lower control arms replace stock lower control arms on 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird and 1968-74 Nova platforms.
Features include a robust tubular design with gussets and cross brace, Delrin bushings with steel housings and crush tubes, and a black powdercoat finish. The geometry features include additional positive caster and a dropped spring pocket in the 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird and 1968-74 Nova control arms compared to stock.
These tubular lower control arms are shipped complete with lower ball joints, steering stops, and are ready to install on your car.
The lower control arms have CNC machined tube ends for precision fits. The arms are then TIG welded in a fixture for accuracy and repeatability of geometry.
Detroit Speed puts a significant amount of effort into developing long-lasting, dependable products that are formulated to exceed late-model performance expectations. Our systems are designed by exceptionally qualified engineers and built by fabricators dedicated to making the best systems they possibly can. Our parts are made using state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies–CNC machining, forging, hydroforming, and more–to bring your classic muscle car to the 21st century.
Months of testing, revising, and polishing stand behind every product we make available to the public, and our test cars prove the point. Each of our development mules receive thousands of hard miles attending car shows, completing road trips, crushing autocross paddocks, and storming track days in the process. The pursuit of perfection has always been our primary goal, and it always will be. Because of this, we can confidently say our systems are the best, most comprehensive solutions to any and all your muscle car problems.
|Chevrolet||Nova||Custom||1973 - 1974|
|Chevrolet||Nova||1969 - 1974|
|Chassis Codes||GM 1st Gen F-Body, GM Nova X-Body 1968-1974|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2-Year Limited Defects and Workmanship|