Steeda Rear Lower Control Arms Billet Pair 2005-2014

Steeda: 555-4405
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Product Description

Pair of Steeda Billet Rear Lower Control Arms for all 2005-2014 Mustangs.

These billet rear lower trailing arms replace the stamped steel OE parts. These lightweight yet super strong arms reduce un-sprung weight and eliminate wheel hop. Steeda's exclusive polyurethane bushing package also ensures smooth, quiet operation combined with performance. No increase in NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) with our polyurethane bushings like competitors arms.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Tires to the ground
These control arms worked great. Lighter and stronger than stock. Used to have bad wheel hop and bump steer issues. These LCAs keep the tires planted and keeps the front end of the car from rocking up and down during hard shifts. I also used to have terrible squeaking from the worn out rubber bushings from the stock LCAs. Install was easy on Jack stands. Do one side at a time. I also had to use a ratchet strap on the axle to pull it towards the front of the car so the bolt holes would line up. Would def purchase again and no need to grease these monthly. Worked great on my 2007 Mustang GT.
Justin October 2, 2014
Big improvement over stock ride
These weren't the cheapest LCA but they were on sale at CJ Pony parts so I thought I'd go for it. WOW what a difference in the way my 2008 GT handles. In use to dread the RR Xing on the curve cause the back end would drift to the side but now it's very stable, and for the wheel hop on hard launches at a rough intersection...GONE. Also these are not the most visible upgrade but when you do get a glimpse of then from the side they are really sharp. Great product!
John Kaufmann September 28, 2014
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