Need advice for parts

Bri guy

Bri guy

G-Body Guru
May 18, 2018
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You can buy new bushing an have a shop put them in if you don't have the means or as you know but new arms w/ ball joints - rock auto has them too.
Your right. Just seen rock auto. $68 each for uppers. But no lowers available...
 
TURNA

TURNA

Rocket Powered Basset Hound
Jul 24, 2009
10,463
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Socialist NY
Buying new is better and cheaper.not to mention your old arms may have stress cracks in them like most do.

No need to clean or paint just unbolt old and pop on new
 
69hurstolds

69hurstolds

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Supporting Member
Jan 2, 2006
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Your right. Just seen rock auto. $68 each for uppers. But no lowers available...
My recommendations- comes complete.

Moog problem solvers

CK620249 RH Upper
CK620250 LH Upper
CK620251 RH Lower
CK620252 LH Lower

Lower ones are 2 WD S-10 parts. Bigger bushing holes on the lowers from what I understand requiring you to open up your mount holes to 1/2" is my understanding. That's why you won't find them in the Cutlass sections. But they're the same arms as G-body. Unless you wanted to change bushings out. But then I'd just buy parts for your existing arms if I were going to do that.

Find them wherever you can get them the cheapest.
 
Bri guy

Bri guy

G-Body Guru
May 18, 2018
603
43
My recommendations- comes complete.

Moog problem solvers

CK620249 RH Upper
CK620250 LH Upper
CK620251 RH Lower
CK620252 LH Lower

Lower ones are 2 WD S-10 parts. Bigger bushing holes on the lowers from what I understand requiring you to open up your mount holes to 1/2" is my understanding. That's why you won't find them in the Cutlass sections. But they're the same arms as G-body. Unless you wanted to change bushings out. But then I'd just buy parts for your existing arms if I were going to do that.

Find them wherever you can get them the cheapest.
Thanks for the part #s. Makes me nervous buying parts and not knowing if they're the right ones. Other people have used these lower arms?
 
69hurstolds

69hurstolds

Comic Book Super Hero
Supporting Member
Jan 2, 2006
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Thanks for the part #s. Makes me nervous buying parts and not knowing if they're the right ones. Other people have used these lower arms?
Maybe. I don't know. I have NOS GM ones, but if I were going to buy new ones now, I'd get these.
 
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MC96

MC96

Master Mechanic
Dec 7, 2015
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My recommendations- comes complete.

Moog problem solvers

CK620249 RH Upper
CK620250 LH Upper
CK620251 RH Lower
CK620252 LH Lower

Lower ones are 2 WD S-10 parts. Bigger bushing holes on the lowers from what I understand requiring you to open up your mount holes to 1/2" is my understanding. That's why you won't find them in the Cutlass sections. But they're the same arms as G-body. Unless you wanted to change bushings out. But then I'd just buy parts for your existing arms if I were going to do that.

Find them wherever you can get them the cheapest.
9/16ths for s10 1/2 for most aftermarket g body stuff. Our frames are so close to 1/2 an old rust drill bit will work just fine.
 
wskirvin

wskirvin

Greasemonkey
May 22, 2017
246
63
Indianapolis, In
Thanks for the part #s. Makes me nervous buying parts and not knowing if they're the right ones. Other people have used these lower arms?
I used these exact numbers on my car and no issues what so ever. just buy new bolts for the lowers.
 
wskirvin

wskirvin

Greasemonkey
May 22, 2017
246
63
Indianapolis, In
Got a small list together. But what's up with the lower arms? Why do they look so different and they say the fit my car?
those lowers dont look correct at all. go with the Moog's that 69hurstolds posted.
 

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