Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Beautiful Chester County, PA
You really can't go wrong with Moog or Proforged parts. Stay away from the Duralast, etc parts or any of those cheap kits you see on eBay....they're just that, CHEAP! Both are really stout parts. As someone else asked....what do you consider a complete rebuild? Some just do the hard parts....BJ's, tie rods, end links, etc. but if you're looking to do the entire front, this may also include bushings as well.
You have some options there too, go with poly bushings or stick with stock. If you decide to keep your original arms, you can borrow all the tools you need from AZ or whoever loans tools and save yourself some money. The other option is get the arms already loaded or take your arms to a shop and have the parts removed and pressed in.
There are many threads on how to replace things if you DIY. Be sure to get the car aligned and if you remove the upper arms, be sure to get new nuts that secure the upper arms to the frame and don't reuse the originals. They lose their effectiveness to hold and you could lose shims or worse.
'95 Caprice SS conversion - Bonny Buckets - 96 Column, Shifter and Console - 3.73 Gear and Herter tune - Z/28 Cluster - Blazer OH Console - Green/Pink bushings - Chromed Impala Wheels - Eibach Springs and Bilstein Shocks - Corvette Engine Dress - the list goes on and still more to do...it never ends.