Scott Drake Upper Control Arm Assembly Premium Black 1967-1973

Scott Drake: C7DZ-3082-RI.

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Scott Drake Upper Control Arm Assembly Premium Black 1967-1973
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Product Description

Scott Drake Premium Black Upper Control Arm Assembly for 1967-1973 Mustangs.

These upper control arms are the finest reproductions available. Not rebuilt, all new. Painted black and ready to install. Riveted ball joint as original. Sold each. Car requires two.

-Ball joint
-Nut with cotter key
-90 degree zerks
-Washers & locking nuts

1970-1971 Mercury Comets
1966-1971 Ford Fairlanes
1966-1970 Ford Falcons
1970-1973 Ford Mavericks

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Product Reviews

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Good product. Bad design.
Seems that Scott Drake needs to make a slight mod on their product. While the arm maybe be great it did need some mods to make it fit for propose. Edward was right. The hard corners on the replacement hit the structure which limits upward travel of the arm. I too had to grind the corners off. Seems to me that a slight modification in manufacturing would really make this a proper fit for all years. Also agree with the grease fitting comment. Straights are completely useless on these arms.
Kevin S. March 30, 2014
Good quality part
I bought these for my 1970 Mustang Boss 302. They look to be good quality and fit perfect. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is they come with straight grease zerts. Anyone who has worked on Mustangs know you need 90 degree zerts. So I went to the parts store and got some 1/4 inch 90 degree zerts and they worked fine.
Michael March 22, 2014
Control Arms required rework to fit properly
Out the box, the upper arm flanges closest to the inner fender required extensive grinding to allow full movement of the arms to travel up and down! Compared to the original arms, the Scott Drakes came with extra material in the area near the arm pivot, and this is where it was binding against the inner fender. While the rest of the arm assembly showed good quality and build, the fit was atrocious! Up to 1/4 inch material on each side had to be removed using a high speed grinder. The arms were installed in a 71 Mustang convertible.
Edward July 18, 2012
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