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Dust covers for upper/lower control arms.

Hoofer814

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Hello! I'm looking for the covers that attach to the inside walls right above the control arms in the engine compartment. They cover both upper and lower control arm connections in the engine compartment. I'm probably not describing them correctly so here's a pic. The opening is circled and there was a piece of rubber that covered that covered the opening. It was stapled in at the factory i believe. We removed it because it was torn up. Is this available? Thanks!

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melsg5

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they are called inner fender splash seals. It is always best to state what year your car is, I believe you have a 66. The Ames part numbers are P161 or P161A.
 

Hoofer814

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they are called inner fender splash seals. It is always best to state what year your car is, I believe you have a 66. The Ames part numbers are P161 or P161A.
Awesome!! Thanks so much. I have an Ames catalog and couldn’t find it. And thanks for the tip on the year. BTW, the pic I included was a friend’s 67 impala SS.
 
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