Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

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Detroit Axle - Both (2) Front Lower Driver & Passenger Side Control Arm and Ball Joint Assembly fits - Jeep, Caliber

$155.00
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  • The Mustang CobraJet and aren’t the only turnkey racers out at the this week. The GT4 also made its debut, set to compete in IMSA, Pirelli World Challenge and anywhere else the GT4 class is racing.The GT4 was designed by Ford and Multimatic, the same peeps who brought you the , and starts with the VooDoo 5.2-liter flat-plane crank V8 of the . The engine was “engineered, validated and built” by Ford and Roush Yates Engines.The V8 works with a six-speed paddle-shifted transmission with pneumatic action for consistent gear shifts. It also gets a dry-sump oiling system and a ZF twin-plate racing clutch and flywheel.As for the chassis, the GT4 gets Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve dampers, rear lower control arms, and front and rear stabilizer bars. The lightweight forged 18-inch wheels are by Forgeline, and the brakes are from Brembo. It has an FIA-compliant roll cage and a MoTeC race data logger, as well.Extra aero bits include a new rear wing, front splitter, diveplanes and rear diffuser.

    As for the chassis, the GT4 gets Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve dampers, rear lower control arms, and front and rear stabilizer bars. The lightweight forged 18-inch wheels are by Forgeline, and the brakes are from Brembo. It has an FIA-compliant roll cage and a MoTeC race data logger, as well.

  • The ball joint cups are repositioned for optimal performance allowing a 30 percent improvement in wheel travel. The FOX upper control arms are finished in a durable black powdercoat and include a FOX branded billet aluminum ball joint dust cap. The control arms come fully assembled for easy install right out of the box. To compliment the uppers, the new lower control arms are built from high strength steel, fully boxed with internally gusseted.

    As it sits today, nothing underneath the car remains untouched: complimenting the H&R coilovers and sway bars, all of the suspension's components and bushings have been replaced. Powerflex black race bushings replace every factory counterpart, and aluminum E31 lower control arms are paired with new factory E28 upper control arms, tie rods, steering components, and more. Fresh bearings, hubs, and hardware keep things rolling smoothly. The rear subframe was modified for camber and toe adjustment, and mounted to it is an E30 M3 4.10 limited-slip differential. Adjustable sway bar links front and rear allow for fine-tuning, as do adjustable camber/caster plates at the front end. E34 540i brakes add lots of stopping power to the front end, and E32 750iL rear brakes keep things balanced.

    Blackworks Spherical Billet Rear Lower Control Arms - 88-00 Civic / 90-01 Integra

    $189.00

  • Blackworks Wrinkle Black Rear Lower Control Arms - Civic/Integra

    $199.00

    Take control of your Mustang's handling and replace the weak and flexible stock control arms with a performance minded aftermarket set. Fine-tuning your Mustang's suspension is made easy with the quick to install, bolt-on performance options for both upper and lower control arms.

Mustang Front Lower Control Arms | CJ Pony Parts

If the lower rear control arm bushings are in need of replacing, consider upgrading to a pair of aftermarket control arms. Global West builds an excellent tubular lower control arm with Del-A-Lum bushings (TBC-2, $279.60, Global West) at one end and a high-quality spherical bearing in the front that allows the arm to articulate but not bind. Even with the spherical bearing, minimal road noise is transmitted through the car. The advantage is the arm will accurately locate the rear axle under the car, which will eliminate lateral movement of the body over the rear axle. This is a common problem with stock, stamped lower control arms that flex horribly and allow the tires to rub on the body. My 1965 road-race/autocross Chevelle uses an 18×9.5-inch rear wheel with a 275/35ZR18 tire with barely 1⁄2-inch of clearance to the wheelwell on the outside. Yet even under hard, 1-g cornering, my tires never rub using the Global West arms. Other companies like Hotchkis and Currie sell a similar lower control arm, although they do not use a spherical bearing. Above all, however, beware of cheap Internet rip-offs of these quality arms. There are many unscrupulous vendors out there selling fake arms as the real thing. If the price for a brand-new part looks too good to be true, it probably is. Buy Global West, Hotchkis, or Currie parts from the vendors themselves or a known source such as Jegs or Summit Racing to be sure that you’re getting the right parts. I recently spoke to Doug Norrdin, owner of Global West, and he told me that these off-shore knock-off parts are a huge problem because customers often unknowingly buy these cheap parts only to have them fail. So be smart and avoid the rip-off parts.