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> [SOLD]: Global West Upper Control Arms - LIKE NEW! $150.00, 93-02 Camaro-Trans Am Global West Upper Control Arms + Koni Sport D/As
ESP125
post Mar 29 2020, 02:05 AM
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For sale are a set of Global West upper control arms for 1993 through 2002 Camaro or Firebird/Trans Am. They are in like new condition and have brand new ball joints. For more details please follow the link below. The ones on the link are exactly the ones I have for sale.

I also have a set of Koni Sport Yellow double adjustable shocks (front only -recently rebuilt by TrueChoice Koni Shock Service) with a coil over setup with 1000lb coil springs for sale as well which will fit these same model car - $500 for the pair.

If interested please text me at 414 seven nine one 0618 and I can send you pics.


https://www.globalwest.net/camaro-upper-con...lobal-west.html
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post Mar 29 2020, 03:16 PM
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Is truechoice still around? I had them rebuild some Koni shocks many years ago. They were about 8 miles from me and I thought they closed up shop. Did they just close the local office?
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post Apr 2 2020, 07:16 AM
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QUOTE (ESP125 @ Mar 28 2020, 07:05 PM) *
For sale are a set of Global West upper control arms for 1993 through 2002 Camaro or Firebird/Trans Am. They are in like new condition and have brand new ball joints. For more details please follow the link below. The ones on the link are exactly the ones I have for sale.

https://www.globalwest.net/camaro-upper-con...lobal-west.html



I have some interest. Did you ever run these with the 17x11 ccws. Any fitment issues? Did you notice any substantial change in performance handling over stock? Appreciate your feedback.
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JimMueller
post Apr 7 2020, 07:44 PM
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I have these same GW upper arms with Del-a-lum bushings, unsure on the age without digging out my receipts, but I had already been using them for a couple of years prior to when I stopped autocrossing in 2009. I used AFS ZR1 17x11 +50mm replicas with these arms; generally 315/35/17 V710's at events and the same size in NT05's after I stopped autocrossing. I never had a fitment issue. I did not go as aggressive on the alignment as GW had suggested, so I don't know how much performance I left on the table.
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ESP125
post Apr 19 2020, 01:30 AM
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Sold.
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ESP125
post Apr 19 2020, 01:33 AM
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QUOTE (trackbird @ Mar 29 2020, 10:16 AM) *
Is truechoice still around? I had them rebuild some Koni shocks many years ago. They were about 8 miles from me and I thought they closed up shop. Did they just close the local office?



Yes, True-Choice is still around. I called them a few weeks ago.
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post Apr 21 2020, 04:09 PM
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beings this is sold I am going to hijack the thread and advertise I have a set of Koni sa yellows on ground control sleeves with 725f 300r And a set of hoosier hubs for sale if interested 6157886816
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