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Old 06-18-2019, 12:20 PM
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Please, can you help me with?

Somebody has Tubular Control Arms + 2" drop spindles??

Can it be used like this? Is it possible to align with 15x8 rim wheels and 215/60R15 tires?

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Several site sponsors advertize parts for 68-74 Nova (Speed Tech and Ridetech to name a couple) and 67-69 Camaro front suspension is the same in case you find something not marketed as “Nova.”

I think brake upgrades would be the limiting factor for your wheel size. If you plan to run stock brakes you should be fine.
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you have to watch out - most Chinese A-Arms have a 2" Spring Pocket drop. When you add the Drop Spindles, you will be on the ground
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you have to watch out - most Chinese A-Arms have a 2" Spring Pocket drop. When you add the Drop Spindles, you will be on the ground
I'm foreign, then i can't see difference in just pics. All are similar looks.

Please help me, I want your front sway bar too. I have stocks springs and struts, 2" drop spindles, stock A arms, stock disk brakes.

Can I use a tubular arms?
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Yes, you can use a Well Made set of Tubulars like ours.
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