- Fits 1982 To 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
- Fits 1982 To 2002 Pontiac Firebird
- Constructed Of DOM Mild Steel Tubing
- Spherical Roto-Joints Installed
- 4140 Chrome Moly Threaded Tube Adapters
- Panhard Bar Features On Car Adjustments
- Kit is fully TIG Welded
- Shipped Fully Assembled And Ready To Install
- Uses OEM Hardware
- Brilliant And Durable Powder Coat Finish
This kit is for the serious enthusiast, it includes UMI's Roto-Joints on all ends for
maximum performance, extreme handling and no bushing deflection. The installed
Roto-Joint design improves performance over the factory rubber and aftermarket
polyurethane bushings by allowing the suspension to articulate correctly. The Roto-
Joint is designed to articulate and prevent suspension bind, and since the installed
delrin race does not deflect like softer bushings, there is an improvement in traction
and a significant reduction in wheel hop. The installed delrin race, which lines the
spherical ball, absorbs shock and road noise for a quiet and smooth operation
working well on the street and at the track. The included panhard bar is a must for
rear end centering after vehicle lowering, as well as clearance for running larger tires.
It features on car adjustability using left and right hand threaded Roto-Joints.
Adjustment of the panhard bar is made by simply loosing two jam nuts and turning
the bar to shorten or lengthen it. This double adjustable panhard bar features chrome
moly tube adapters TIG welding into place for the utmost in strength and thread
durability. All bushing ends and Roto-Joints are greaseable and low maintenance
making an excellent street setup for your cruiser!
Spanner Wrench- This spanner wrench is used for adjusting and disassembling
Roto-Joints used in all UMI Performance products. Over time if the delrin race inside
the Roto-Joint would wear the spanner wrench is used to tighten the adjusting ring
applying more pressure to the delrin inside. The spanner wrench is also used to
disassemble the Roto-Joint for cleaning, inspection and rebuilding.