Lower control arms

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by WhiteFaleen2001, Aug 28, 2014.

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    WhiteFaleen2001 New Member

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    I'm not sure what series mine are since I bought them used but I just installed a set of Steeda rear LCA's a few weeks ago. So far they're great, but I only drove the car for maybe a week with stock control arms so I don't really have much to base that opinion off of. Lol
     
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    I don't have experience with either. I do run J&M's Street Rear upper and lowers, they're amazing. Going from stock lowers to the J&M'S made a huge difference. Rear felt more solid and predictable. Than I added the J&M uppers to match, and that made the rear feel even more solid, yet smooth and nice over bumps. Extremely happy with the setup, taking turns faster than I would when the suspension was stock. I'd recommend them, they take abuse, and even on a daily driver like mine they're great. I also changed the rear upper axle bushings too, new ford racing ones to tie everything together.