Heidts CA-102 Mustang II Tubular Lower Control Arm, Stock, Strut Rod
Lower Position, Tubular Control Arm Style, Steel, Polyurethane Bushing Material, Natural
- Has screw-in ball joints and no-squeak bushings
- Features a full .120" wall and 1" diameter tubing
- Will work with nearly any stock or aftermarket crossmember
- Engineered to correspond with stock style Mustang II springs and shocks
- These tubular lower control arms are designed to be used stock style Mustang II springs and shocks as well as Mustang II crossmembers
You don't have to look any farther for tubular control arms for your hot rod. These tubular lower control arms are designed to be used stock style Mustang II springs and shocks as well as Mustang II crossmembers that come without the welded-in A-Arm gussets. These control arms will need strut rods for proper installation. They are designed to be used with stock style springs and shocks. Will work with nearly any stock or aftermarket crossmember. Welding may be required on some applications.
Replaces 1974-80 Pinto, Bobcat and 1974-78 Mustang II control arms.
- Full .120" wall
- 1" diameter tubing
- Fixture welded
- Screw-in ball joints
- No-squeak bushings
- Designed to correspond with stock style Mustang II springs and shocks
- Works with Mustang II crossmembers that come without lower A-Arm tabs and require strut rods
Note: This item is sold as a pair of two.
Tubular Control Arms Application Chart (GIF)
Note: These lower control arms will require use of a strut rod and strut rod brackets. We recommend our tubular strut rods (91034322).
Note: Consider our Mustang II Lower Arm bolt kit (91034311-2) for proper installation.
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