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1982-2002 Camaro UMI Rear Lower Control Arms, Poly/Roto-joint Combination, Red

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UMI's tubular lower control arms for the 1982-2002 Camaro utilize Roto-Joint technology for a bind free performance and quiet comfortable ride quality. The Roto-Joint design is a pivot ball lined with a greaseable delrin race designed to offer 28 degrees of total unrestricted movement, more than adequate for a bind free, low friction operation. The Roto-Joint design improves performance over the factory rubber and aftermarket polyurethane bushings by allowing the suspension to articulate correctly, and provide precision handling. The installed UMI Roto-Joint allows rear end free movement when high handling, auto cross or road race is a concern while still being a 100% streetable setup. The installed delrin race, which lines the spherical ball, absorbs shock and road noise for a quiet and smooth operation on any street or track driven vehicle. This control arm set features polyurethane bushings on one end and UMI's swivel Roto-Joint on the other end. This set-up is designed for street performance and street enthusiast. The polyurethane bushing end is designed to be bolted to the vehicle chassis side while the Roto-Joint attaches to the rear end side. Since the polyurethane bushings are softer they are designed to absorb more road noise and shock before it enters the passenger compartment of the vehicle. All bushing ends and Roto-Joints are greaseable and low maintenance making an excellent street setup for your cruiser!

Features:

  • Constructed of 1.500 in. x 0.120 in. DOM mild steel tubing
  • Swivel Roto-Joints installed
  • Energy Suspension greaseable polyurethane bushings
  • Fully TIG welded
  • Shipped fully assembled and ready to install
  • Uses OEM hardware
  • Brilliant and durable powder coat finish

Retail Price

$258.95

Your Price

$219.95

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  • Ground Up Part # UMI-2033-R
  • Manufacturer Part # 2033-R
  • Brand UMI Performance
  • Sold As: Pair
  • Eligible For Discounting with Coupon No
  • Eligible For Free Shipping with Coupon Yes
  • Shipping Details: This item ships UPS Ground.


UMI's tubular lower control arms for the 1982-2002 Camaro utilize Roto-Joint technology for a bind free performance and quiet comfortable ride quality. The Roto-Joint design is a pivot ball lined with a greaseable delrin race designed to offer 28 degrees of total unrestricted movement, more than adequate for a bind free, low friction operation. The Roto-Joint design improves performance over the factory rubber and aftermarket polyurethane bushings by allowing the suspension to articulate correctly, and provide precision handling. The installed UMI Roto-Joint allows rear end free movement when high handling, auto cross or road race is a concern while still being a 100% streetable setup. The installed delrin race, which lines the spherical ball, absorbs shock and road noise for a quiet and smooth operation on any street or track driven vehicle. This control arm set features polyurethane bushings on one end and UMI's swivel Roto-Joint on the other end. This set-up is designed for street performance and street enthusiast. The polyurethane bushing end is designed to be bolted to the vehicle chassis side while the Roto-Joint attaches to the rear end side. Since the polyurethane bushings are softer they are designed to absorb more road noise and shock before it enters the passenger compartment of the vehicle. All bushing ends and Roto-Joints are greaseable and low maintenance making an excellent street setup for your cruiser!

Features:
  • Constructed of 1.500 in. x 0.120 in. DOM mild steel tubing
  • Swivel Roto-Joints installed
  • Energy Suspension greaseable polyurethane bushings
  • Fully TIG welded
  • Shipped fully assembled and ready to install
  • Uses OEM hardware
  • Brilliant and durable powder coat finish

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