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Alot of folks who own the the GM A body 64-72 (Cutlass, Chevelle, LeMans, etc) have vehicles that were not originally equipped with a rear sway bar. There's also another large population, and a whole lot of GM G body owners (78-88 Monte Carlo, Regal, Cutlass, etc) that have eliminated the stock bar and now run an aftermarket, much more effective, bar that connects to the chassis. For the past few years, our lowers only catered to those people. We love everyone though, so we've gone ahead started producing our ever-popular Competition Series rear lower control arms with a stock style sway bar / anti roll bar /stabilizer bar hook up provision. So there - y'all can quite sending nasty emails now!!! ;)




MASS'14978.x 78-88 GM Metric G Body

MASS'15010.x 64-72 GM A Body

Find them both Here

Cost is just $135.17, and still just $5 shipping to the lower 48.

Full description here:

Stock lower control arms on that muscle car of yours are of an extremely flimsy stamped sheet metal construction. Soggy rubber bushings complete the recipe for unwanted wheel hop, deflection and flex.

Massive has created a stronger solution. Huge 1.5” heavy wall steel tubing can harness even the highest HP load with ease. Durable and stable polyurethane bushings transfer your hard earned torque where it belongs – the pavement. Fully TiG welded. Premium thickness powder coating with a prominent Massive logo so people know your using the best.

Includes Massive's HARDCORE HARDWARE kit. Only the finest Yellow Zinc 170,000 PSI Grade 8 bolts with Nylock nuts and washers. Strong enough for all power levels and replaces your weak, rusted stock stuff.


As usual, these arms aremade in house here in the USA – so you know the quality is as good as it gets.

Get ready to rock your 60 foot times!!!
 

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Garbage replica parts... Your so jealous it hurts.

It doesnt have much to do with Focus ST. But like I say, alot of folks have more than 1 car. And damn near anyone who owns an enthusiast car/is on an enthusiast website has lots of friends that have enthusiast cars. So why NOT? We sponsor this site. So that allows us a certain freedom to promote our business - you know - the point of SPONSORING.
 

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I just bought the complete rear end kit my opinion looks good well built
Only thing i suggest it add spherical bushings and lower trailing arms i woold make solid steel not hollow tube
Since swaybar bolts through them and its solid the lower trailing arms are taking some serious torq with heavy duty sway bar conected and spirited driving
 
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