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The bushings in these arms are stiffer than stock rubber. The arms are also much stronger than stock stamped arms. Both help to eliminate the flex that leads to wheel hop. In most cases you can replace your stock control arms with these and reduce or eliminate wheel hop issues, even if you don't have quad shocks anymore.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | Comment 1 0
Yes sir! We carry the replacement bushings under part # SVE-5649BSK. They run $24.99 for the set and they will be listed online soon. Until then, you can call in to one of our customer care reps and they will get you squared away.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Hello, I'm looking to do some small upgrades on my 1993 Mustang Cobra suspension. For just a little background it has been lowered a little (not positive how much or using which springs as I bought it after it was lowered) and I am not doing any track driving with it at all. I'm thinking about doing the bolt in BBK subframe connectors as well as some rear control arms. I have two questions. One, do these two upgrades seem like a good idea? Two, in your honest opinion as a mustang guy or gal, are the BBK rear control arms worth the money or are the sve really that good of a deal? I do not mind paying the extra money if it gets me a better product but i do not want to spend money if i dont have to. Any information you have would be great. Thank you for your help!
Asked by Matt B. from West Des Moines | Comment 0 0
Any aftermarket lower control arm for your mustang will be better. The stock lower control arms are cheap stamped steel that tend to flex while under load. As long as the control arms come with a good set of bushings you'll feel a difference in not only acceleration but as well as cornering. The reason for this is because the new control arms will be rigid and solid enough and not flex under load now. As far as subframe connectors go I personally would highly recommend full-length weld in subframe connectors because you will get full and total benefit for having the extra contact on the frame to support the car under load while cornering, acceleration, braking and what ever else you may put your chassis through.
Hope this helps!
Answered by Brandon D. from Charlotte | Comment 1 0
Does anybody have a copy of the instructions that are supposed to come with these? Also did they stop coming with the zerk fittings ? The set I just received do not have the zerk grease fittings as shown in the video and certain pictures. Thanks guys.
Asked by Ed M. from Mickleton | Comment 0 0
If you scroll down to the video links, we have a video install available for you. We did revise these to eliminate the zerk fittings. The reasoning behind it is we had some customers who take their cars to lube places for oil changes and such, and the shops would see the fittings and put the incorrect grease in there causing premature bushing failures. All that is needed for these bushings is the grease that is provided and you are good to go.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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