control arms

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Suspect, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. Suspect

    Suspect Well-Known Member

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    prolly gonna pick up a set here in a little. i was going with the mm lowers and just going to replace the bushing on the uppers (diff side). but i saw the set that stangsuspension sells and i could get uppers also for the same price, prolly still have to buy bushings. whatcha think? should i just go with 1st plan? the lowers look like copycat design from mm. maybe i just like the idea of a set or just more shiney new parts on the car!
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    http://www.stangsuspension.com/store/comersus_viewitem.asp?idproduct=1151
     
  2. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    No, your origional plan is good.

    DON"T go with the more for less option.
    I tried that, you'll just have to by another one soon. that cost's a LOT more. :rant:



    Also, call and ask MM why you don't want uppers.
    Just do the bushing, or go with the ford racing version.
     
  3. scarface

    scarface Guest

    I bought a set of non adjustables from Blue Oval industries..They were cheap, but effective!
     
  4. G_94_T

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    i got D&D non-adj.....again cheap but effective
     
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    Suspect Well-Known Member

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    how long have u guys been running those?
     
  6. scarface

    scarface Guest

    Ive had mine for 2 years
     
  7. G_94_T

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    ditto on the 2 years,or close to it