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Coated GM Tubular Control Arms


Fatman has been building tubular control arms for GM suspension since 1989, and continues to find ways to make them better! Their G-Tech line of Restomod suspension parts now offers these proven components with a new optional Vacuum Metallized finish. The luster is much like chrome, without the tendency to peel and have browned out nickel spots. The top quality DOM SAE steel tubing is TIG welded in proven fixtures, using 188 wall tube for durability superior to any other material. Billet steel upper control arm shafts are CNC machined with an offset, and a relocated upper ball joint position that allows modern alignment specs. The wide acceptance of Airride and Coilover options is easily accommodated by their unique removable molded urethane lower spring seat, which adds comfort and reduces noise with normal coil springs. You can also get them stock or narrowed length

for extra tire clearance, and in plain steel if you prefer to paint or powdercoat them your favorite color. Dropped spindles to match can be had for the ’67-’81 Camaro, ’68-’79 Nova, “55-’64 Chevy, ’64-’87 Chevelle, ’70-’87 Monte Carlo, and ’82-‘-03 S-10.

   For more info call the Gtech line at (704) 545-0369 www.fatmanfab.com

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