Mustang II Lower Control Arm, 1974-1980 Stock Replacement
Lower Position, Stamped Control Arm Style, 13.00" Mount Center to Ball Joint Center, Steel
- New stock style replacement Mustang II lower control arms
- Directly replaces '74-'80 Pinto/Bobcat and '74-'78 Mustang II control arms
- Includes new bushings and ball joints
- Painted black finish to match OEM
- Requires the use of a strut rod component, such as 910-34315
These new stock style replacement lower control arms come complete with new polyurethane bushings, ball joints, and grease zerks. They directly replace 1974-80 Pinto, Bobcat and 1974-78 Mustang II control arms.
- New, stock lower control arms
- Directly replaces 1974-80 Pinto, Bobcat and 1974-78 Mustang II control arms
- Painted steel construction - just like OEM
- Complete with new polyurethane bushings, ball joints, and grease zerks
- Replacement bushings available (91034454)
Control arm will require use of a strut rod component, please consider replacement strut rod # 910-34315 or tubular strut rod # 910-34322 when purchasing these lower control arms. If you need hardware, please give us a call.
When used in conjunction with upgraded disc brake kits, due to possible interference between the end of the control arm and the brake rotor when at ride height, it may be necessary to remove minimal material from the end of the control arm to achieve adequate clearance at this location.
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