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Kit includes center tie rod, right and left tie rods, two ball joints, idler arm bushing, steering damper, damper bushing, urethane control arm bushings, Camber+ kit with Camber bolts, and sway bar bushings. **This kit DOES NOT include strut inserts, strut bearing mounts, steering box, steering shaft, brake or wheel bearing items. NOTE: MID 1972 YEAR BREAK: You have an "early 72" car if your chassis number is up to 112-257 5326. The second set of three digits are the ones that count. For a convertible, numbers up to 152-257 5326 would be an "early 72" model. This distinction is only important regarding the order of the correct idler arm bushing. Another way to tell is by examining the idler bushing holder. Early type 72's had a cast aluminum holder incorporating adjustable right/left travel stops. Late style cars had a stamped steel idler holder, without the right/left travel stops.