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Porsche 911 (1965-1973)
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Control Arms and Hardware
Control arms are a component that attaches the front wheel and knuckle assemblies of the vehicle to the support frame. They are usually attached with bushings.
Control Arm (Front Left) 911T, 911E and 911S (1969-73)

Control Arm (Front Right) 911T, 911E and 911S (1969-73)

Bushing Set for Control Arms (Front) 911T, 911E and 911S (1969-73)
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Bushing Set for Control Arms (Front)  
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Note: This brand is a Polygraghite material.~Bushings are numbered. (M02557) installed front on A-Arm~ (M02558) installed rear on A-Arm

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Replace your tired suspension bushings with Elephant's original equipment-type rubber replacements to restore original ride and performance. Front control arm rubber bushings are now available as a kit for self-installation. In addition to a complete set of 4 rubber bushings, the kit includes their proprietary installation tools and instructions which are essential for successful installation. You'll need a sturdy pipe clamp or shop press to complete the install.

Strut Rods and Parts
A true rubber replacement bushing for the factory strut top camber plates. "Sport" hardness rubber compound improves performance by reducing deflection under load, while maintaining the ride characteristics of rubber.
Trailing Arms and Bushings
Restoring a car or just replacing a damaged trailing arm, Pelican has the arm and all the parts you need to do it right.
Bushing for Trailing Arm (Rear Left or Right) 911, 911L, 911T, 911E and 911S (1965-73)

The Rear CamberMax kit simplifies 911 rear camber adjustment, making it easy to achieve aggressive negative camber settings of 3+ degrees. Instead of using the troublesome factory eccentric bolt, Rear CamberMax allows adjustment with a simple and precise screw.

Unlike the stock eccentric adjuster, Rear CamberMax allows adjustment with vehicle weight resting on the tires making it easy to read a camber gauge while turning the adjuster.

By making equal adjuster turns on both driver and passenger sides, quick changes can be made trackside even if a camber gauge is not available - try that with the factory eccentric adjuster!

The Neatrix / Weltmeister replacement rubber bushings use the latest rubber technology and include the metal sleeves and washers to replicate the factory piece.

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