BMR 67-69 Camaro Lower A-arms, Lower, Polyurethane Bushings, (Rear Bump Stops)

  • $409.00

***NOTE: This product is designed for cars with the bumpstops installed on the rear side of the lower A-arm. See additional info below.***

A-arms are one of the most important, yet overlooked suspension components. They are the direct link between the front wheels and the chassis. Any deflection causes a change in alignment, which results in poor performance and driving feel. Fabricated from heavy-duty 1.625-inch, 0.120-inch wall DOM tubing with laser-cut, CNC-formed plate steel braces for extra strength, deflection is eliminated with A-arms from BMR Suspension. BMR’s AA009 Lower A-arms are fitted with heavy-duty ball joints and greasable, 95-durometer bushings add a solid, more responsive feel over the stock rubber bushings. BMR’s bushings are internally fluted, which allows grease to evenly coat the inner sleeve. These flutes also direct grease to the outer edge of the bushing, keeping the thrust surface lubricated. This efficient lubrication ensures quiet, reliable operation over the life of the bushings.

BMR’s AA009 Lower A-arms eliminate A-arm deflection, greatly improving steering feel and response in normal and performance driving situations. The polyurethane bushings add strength and reduce deflection over the stock rubber bushing, while still absorbing much of the NVH. The means you get a great blend of performance and comfort. Designed for street performance, drag race, and handling, and pro-touring applications, BMR lower A-arms are engineered to provide 2 additional degrees of positive caster for increased high-speed stability. Combine with BMR Upper A-arms, and you get 4 additional degrees of positive caster (2 degree from the uppers and 2 degrees from the lowers), providing up to 6 degrees of total positive caster over stock. This gives you improved geometry and increased lateral grip during cornering situations.

BMR Suspension AA009 Non-Adjustable Lower A-arms are available in black hammertone and red powdercoat for long-lasting good looks. Installation time is 3-4 hours. Proudly made in the U.S.A.

Control arm hardware kit RH006 (Includes upper and lower control arm hardware - Highly Recommended) also available.

1967-69 F-Body cars had varying bumpstop locations.

Generally speaking 1967 model year cars had bumpstops located on the front sub-frame which made contact with the lower A-arm.

Cars made during the 1968 model year had bumpstops located on the front side the lower A-arm.

Cars from 1969 model year usually had bumpstops located on the rear side of the A-arm

This specific A-arm is designed for cars with the bump stops located on the rear of the A-arm.