Dynacorn Upper Control Arm Assembly 1967-1973

Dynacorn: 3631J
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Product Description

Dynacorn Upper Control Arm Assembly for all 1967-1973 Mustangs.

Don't settle for less. Replace your worn out original upper control arm and upgrade to Dynacorn's high-quality upper control arm assembly. Dynacorn's upper control arm assembly is a direct replacement for your original upper control arm. Features a black painted finish.

Sold individually, car requires two.

Assembly Includes:
-Shaft
-Bushings
-Ball joint
-Grease fittings
-Castle nut
-Cotter pin

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Worked great Super low price
Couldn't be happier with this purchase direct bolt on replacement for me
Esteban July 11, 2014
Quality is good but needs modifications
I purchased two control arms while upgrading the front suspension on my '67 convertible. I chose the Dynacorn arms as I was told they were a high quality replacement and I had already replaced a shock tower using a Dynacorn tower. The arms looked great when I pulled them out of the box but soon found they needed modification. The spring saddle holes are too close together so they had to be drilled out. Also, there is not enough clearance between the under side of the arm and the shock tower to allow the arm to swing freely when mounted. You can clearly see the difference if you set the original arm next to the Dynacorn arm. While this does seem to be a quality part, make sure you have access to a cut-off wheel and grinder so you can get the proper clearance when mounted.
DEREK April 5, 2014
Works good with little modification
Installed on a 1969 fast back. The coil sadddle holes are to close to each other, had to enlarge holes to make it fit a scott drake coil saddle. also the back of the control arm on both sides had to be shaved off a bit because it rubs againse the shock tower.
Nick October 17, 2013
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