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Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms

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Looking to get some rear LCA's and UCA's for the Mustang sometime after Xmas and was eyeballing the J&M ones from American Muscle, but I found these for even better.

1979-2004 Mustang Rear Upper & Lower Control Arms - Pair w/ Polyurethane Bushings and grease fittings, Mounting bolts and instructions - Black at Blue Oval Industries for your Ford Mustang @ Blue Oval Industries

You guys think those would be a good choice or should I save more and get the J&M ones?
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Do not change the uppers if you go with poly bushing lowers.
It will eat the bushing alive.
Especially if you do any open tracking.

You can get away with it with a Pan-hard bar sometimes.
I keep this Stang in a straight line :D No twisty's except on the occasional cruise through the foothills.
Keep your eyes on the bushings at the chassis end.

On the one Stang I went cheap on I ate bushings often.

After speaking to MM, Steeda, BBK and several others they all said the same thing.
Stock uppers are the best unless it is a Drag only car.
The big stock rubber bushings help keep The lowers from binding.
Replacement bushing are cheap. lol

PITA is changing them though.

Have you ever read this?
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