Heidts CA103MS Mustang II Tubular Lower Arms, Coil-overs, No Strut Rod
74-78 Ford Mustang II, Lower Position, Tubular Control Arm Style, Steel
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
You dont have to look any farther for tubular control arms for your Mustang II IFS-equipped hot rod. Heidts Mustang II control arms are made from full .120 wall, 1" diameter tubing, fixture welded and feature screw-in ball joints and no-squeak rubber bushings. These new generation, no-strut style arms eliminate the strut rod found on stock-style Mustang II IFS systems. The improved, triangulated design provides stability and strength within the arm itself, so you can get rid of that ugly strut rod.
Will work with nearly any stock or aftermarket Mustang II front crossmember (welding is required on most applications). Lower control arm accepts most coil-over shock assemblies.
- Upgrade to a cleaner looking control arm
- Full .120" wall, 1" diameter fixture welding tubing
- Features screw-in ball joints and no-squeak bushings
- Works with nearly any stock or aftermarket crossmember
- Welding may be required on some applications
- Designed to correspond with coil-over style springs and shocks
- Works with Mustang II crossmembers that come without lower A-Arm tabs
- Non-strut rod applications
Check out Heidts 5/8" narrower than stock width upper control arms (41334337) for applications that require a shorter track width. These allow you to tuck the wheels up under the fenders without having to buy expensive special offset wheels.
Item DetailsStock Width
Why go with tubular control arms? The most obvious reason is the looks. Tubular control arms and strut rods give your hot rod a much cleaner and hi-tech appearance than the stock type do. Another bonus is that the tubular control arms are available in 5/8" narrower than stock, which helps tuck the wheels up under the fenders without having to buy expensive special offset wheel. When using 5/8" narrower control arms, 1" must be removed from each inner tie rod end.
13-1/4" from pivot point on cross shaft to center of ball joint (This measurement was taken perpendicular to the control arm shaft at a location to line up with the ball joint threaded sleeve.)
More Like This
Heidts Mustang II Tubular Lower Arms, Coil-Overs, No Strut, 5/8 Less
Heidts CA-102 Mustang II Tubular Lower Control Arm, Stock, Strut Rod
Heidts CA-101-N Mustang II Tubular Upper Control Arms, 5/8 In Narrower
Heidts Mustang II Tubular Lower Arms for Stock, No Strut, 5/8 In Short
Heidts CA-102-M Mustang II Tubular Lower Control Arms, Coilover, Strut
Heidts Mustang II Tubular Lower Arms for Stock Spring/Shock, No Strut
Heidts CA-101 Mustang II Upper Tubular Control Arms, Stock Width
Mustang II Tubular Lower Arms for Air Ride/Wilwood Brakes No Strut Rod
Speedway Mustang II Tubular Lower A-Arms for Coilovers, No Strut Rod
Speedway Mustang II Tubular Lower Control Arms for Coilover, Strut Rod
Q & A
In this episode, Project Chevelle gets coilovers and a much-needed altitude adjustment. Watch as we install QA1 bolt-on coilover kits front and rear, then dial in the perfect stance and shock settings. Our old Chevelle is really starting to look mean!
AccuAir and Speedway Motors team up to bring you a video series explaining the basics of air suspension. Watch these videos to get a better understanding of air suspension.
Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
Whether you are looking to change the look of your truck, get rid of your tired rusty springs, or upgrade the ride quality of your truck, Speedway Motors has you covered with stock height and lowered spring options.
Darrian explains the process of Shelby/Arning drop changes and how that affects your car.
Speedway Motors employee Steve is back at it with his Laguna build. This time Steve tackles the rear control arms, upgrading the factory stamped set with a more rigid boxed set from Speedway Motors
Have a 1970-1994 GM A- or X-body in need of some new lower control arms? Take a look at what Speedway Motors' employee Steve L. has to say about our lower control arms!