ZZP WBody Tubular Control Arms

$499.99 

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Suspension & Brakes - ZZP Tubular Control Arms For Wbody
Suspension & Brakes - ZZP Tubular Control Arms For Wbody

ZZPerformance chromoly A arms hold the wheels securely. With better control over camber and toe the car will corner, brake and stop better. Launch times are also improved by preventing wheel toe in, and torque steer is reduced.

Features:

  • 4130 1.25" .120 wall Chromoly Tubing
  • E80 fill rod welds
  • Stainless steel spacer for heim joint
  • Poly rear mount
  • Heavy duty ball joint
  • Black Powdercoated Finish
  • Poly Sway Bar End Links Included

Engineered and designed for the 97+ W-Body vehicles.

For use on '04+ Grand Prix, you will need to purchase the older style sway bar so the sway bar attaches to the control arms.

(Longer spacer on bottom), please check sway bar to CV clamp clearance and flip sway bar if there is an issue.

Suspension & Brakes - ZZP Tubular Control Arms For Wbody
Suspension & Brakes - ZZP Tubular Control Arms For Wbody
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CF
06/14/2017
Cj F.
painful install but worth it.

pretty much took 30 minutes of beating and pounding to get the rear mount on the control arm lined up with the hole for the bolt. However the car does handle a bit better then before. I would wait till these go on sale or you mess up a factory control arm to purchase them.

BD
05/06/2017
Bryan D.
Lower control arms

Work well. My only complaint is they don't come in red.

JS
06/04/2016
John S.
Better control

I didn't really notice how these are noisy. I have poly urethane engine mounts and magnaflow exhaust. I did a weekend build adding these control arms, 275 tires and CTSV calipers with GT 500 drilled and slotted rotors. The difference in the feedback and how little steering input drastically changed. This Monte SS is starting to drive like a sports car.