View Full Version : Adjustable UCAs

12-30-2004, 07:48 AM
Theres a company I found called "Pole Position of Denver" I dont have the web site address in front of me, but its an easy search on google. Anyway we are looking at their control arms for our project. Was wondering if anyone has used their products or have heard any feedback in the industry about their products. We havent spoken with them yet, so I cant give any information on the types of material they use. But if anyone gets time take a look at their site.

12-30-2004, 08:47 AM
here try this www.polepositionrp.com hope that works, check out their muscle car adjustable control arms.

12-30-2004, 09:00 AM
There's a guy over on Team Chevelle that's running the Pole Position arms (FO_FDYFO). He seemed pretty happy with them.

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12-30-2004, 09:28 AM
Thanks for the links to the fourms, we will keep researching, but these arms seem to be a good ticket, have to find out about their bushings and material they use.

Marcus SC&C
01-01-2005, 09:52 AM
We used them on a lot of customer project cars at the shop and really liked them. So much so we became a dealer ( www.SCandC.com ) and now offer an exclusive lightweight version called ProLite with 6061 T-6 red anodized adj. sleeves. The Pro Racing series arms use steel bushings with grease fittings. The muscle car arms use Clevite high durometer thin wall rubber bushings. Both are rebuildable without changing the alignment settings or taking the UCAs off the car. We have a set of steel bushed UCAs on one of our test cars with over 25K miles on them that are still as tight as new. The race style UCAs are available with either steel or lightweight aluminum cross shafts. A cool bonus of using arms like this is that you don`t need to use any alignment shims so you can bolt the shafts right up against the frame mounts freeing up a lot of header clearance. Knock the studs out and put grade 8 bolts on from the inside out and you can free up even more. The arms have an adjustment range of 2" so even if the car is lowered you won`t have to compromise caster to get the camber setting you want etc. because you ran out of room for shims. :) Marcus SC&C

spanky the wondermuffin
01-01-2005, 10:30 AM
to clarify-are the 68 f-body arms available with:a-steel bushings,b-aluminium sleeves,c-aluminium cross shafts?do you stock the parts to make up a set as described?can i get the howe upper bj in standard height and also get the extended stud to try later?.don't want to make too many changes at once.thanks,jon.