Stock Height Billet Spindles & Steering Arms / 1 Pair (G-Body & S10/Blazer)
Stock Height Billet Spindles & Steering Arms / 1 Pair (G-Body & S10/Blazer)

Stock Height Billet Spindles & Steering Arms / 1 Pair (G-Body & S10/Blazer)

Regular price $1,730.00 $0.00

Spindle / Steering Arm Description and Specs Below:

  • 6061 Billet Aluminum STOCK HEIGHT 1978 – 1988 G-body / 1982 – 2002 S10 Spindles & Steering Arms that will use stock-type drag race brake kits which are designed to fit stock spindles  (**This does not include any brakes that fit the late model S10/ Blazer with factory 2-Piston Calipers)
  • Price INCLUDES:  1 pair of stock height billet 6061 spindles (built using 17-4 Heat Treated Stainless Steel Spindle Pins), 1 pair of TRZ billet 6061 Steering Arms, and pertaining hardware
  • Brake Kits that will fit these spindles are designed to fit a factory spindle (NO Brakes Included): Strange Front Brakes, TBM Front Brakes, and Wilwood 140-1033-BD
  • Weight for 1 pair of spindles, steering arms, and hardware is 11 pounds
  • Bump-Steer kits will be necessary.   Our steering arms lengthen the tie-rods to help achieve proper Bump-Steer, as well as use a 1/2″ straight hole to make your life easier.
  • Complete Bump-Steer Kits can be found here: Stock Steering G-Body, Stock Steering S10 / Blazer, Narrowed Pinto Rack G-Body, Narrowed Pinto Rack S10 / Blazer
  • Please Call if you already have one of the above Complete Bump-Steer Kits and we can get you just the different length adjusters

Caliper Bracket Mounting Bolt Size Selection:

Strange Kits – Previous to September of 2021 used a 3/8-24 thread / Current kits use a 7/16-14 thread.

TBM Kits – Previous to September 2023 used the factory 8mm x 1.25 thread / Current kits use a 3/8-24 thread.

Wilwood kits – Use a 3/8-24 thread. Note: Calipers brackets must be modified to use only 2 of the 3 bolts.  You will need to cut the forward portion of your existing caliper bracket to clear the spindle.

Aerospace kits – Use a 3/8-16 thread. You will need to source some 3/8-24 bolts to replace your existing hardware.

Physically measuring the current bolt size you have is better than guessing.  If you cannnot meaure, you can choose the 8mm size, then drill and tap as you did with your factory spindles.


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