wtb g braces and tubular control arms

2nd gen man

Veteran Member
Nov 28, 2010
990
michigan
Hey Frank,,,
sorry to break in your post ,, what have you been doing to
your car lately ? havent' seen any new posts on progress
reports from you. are you driving it regularly ?
 

alpinemetal

Member
Jul 5, 2014
69
San Diego, CA
Frank,

I just picked up my Global West lowers with Delrin bushings at eBay (from Jegs) and saved I think like 80 bucks buying them as a 75 Buick Apollo (same same) verified by both Summit and Jegs as well as my Hollander interchange book.

good luck
 

franks70camaro

Veteran Member
Jul 6, 2009
907
fayetteville nc
2nd gen man said:
Hey Frank,,,
sorry to break in your post ,, what have you been doing to
your car lately ? havent' seen any new posts on progress
reports from you. are you driving it regularly ?
been driving the hell out of it havent posted in a long time i need to just enjoying the car lol
 

franks70camaro

Veteran Member
Jul 6, 2009
907
fayetteville nc
alpinemetal said:
Frank,

I just picked up my Global West lowers with Delrin bushings at eBay (from Jegs) and saved I think like 80 bucks buying them as a 75 Buick Apollo (same same) verified by both Summit and Jegs as well as my Hollander interchange book.

good luck
good info ill have to check that out
 

daniel76309

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Lifetime Gold Member
Oct 22, 2005
942
Niceville, Florida
I have a set of g braces which I modified to use on a Martz subframe (which I no longer have). To use them you would have to re-fabricate the front connection point. You could have them for pretty cheap--say $20 plus actual shipping.

EDIT: G Braces are sold.
 
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