Skunk2 88-91 Honda Civic/CRX Front Lower Control Arm w/ Spherical Bearing - (Qty 2)

Skunk2 Racing
SKK542-05-M340
3 Units In Stock - Ships Next Business Day
Control Arms
$ 353.84 $ 336.99
$ 336.99

Skunk2 Racing is proud to announce the release of its Spherical Bearing Front Lower Control Arms for the '88-'91 Civic/ CRX. Skunk2 Racing's Spherical Bearing Front Lower Control Arms for the '88-'91 Civic/ CRX are direct replacements for OEM that greatly improve your vehicles ride quality and comfort! Spherical Bearing Front Lower Control Arms offer the hardcore racer and discerning enthusiast, the very best of the best. Skunk2 uses brand new direct replacement cores rather than beat up used ones, saving you headaches associated with getting a used set that is potentially bent or damaged. Accurate suspension geometry is maintained under the most aggressive driving conditions using high load steel spherical bearings that are retained in the lower control arm with precision machined bearing sleeves that have been press-fit and TIG welded for redundancy. Each spherical bearing is locked into the sleeves with removable Spirolox, giving you the ability to service or replace when needed. Skunk2 Racing Front Lower Control Arms are recommended for street cars and track cars alike. For improved suspension performance, Skunk2 Front Lower Control Arms are best complemented with Skunk2 Pro Series Camber Kits, Coilovers, and Strut Tower Bars.

This Part Fits:

Year Make Model Submodel
1988-1991 Honda Civic Base
1988-1991 Honda Civic DX
1990-1991 Honda Civic EX
1988-1991 Honda Civic LX
1988-1991 Honda Civic RT 4WD
1989-1991 Honda Civic Si
1988-1989 Honda Civic Wagovan
1989-1991 Honda CRX Base
1988 Honda CRX DX
1988-1991 Honda CRX HF
1988-1991 Honda CRX Si

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