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Steeda S197 Mustang Front Lower Control Arms (2011-2014)

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$321.94
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$299.95
Steeda's LCA kit for11-14 S197 Ford Mustangs with larger 2nd gen ball joints have higher durometer rubber bushings that are a great upgrade for stock and slightly modified cars.

Part Number: 555 4912
555-4912
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Description


Steeda's LCA kit for11-14 S197 Ford Mustangs with larger 2nd gen ball joints have higher durometer rubber bushings that are a great upgrade for stock and slightly modified (0.75" lowered) spring heights. These replacement lower control arms use factory height ball joint studs and do not require bumpsteer correction. These arms are also compatible with all factory diameter wheels. The rubber bushings are slightly firmer than stock for improved handling and quicker steering response. The rubber bushings will not cause NVH, EPAS issues or steering shudder common with competitor arms using too high a durometer polyurethane bushings.

Product Benefits:

  • High durometer bushings for improve suspension control
  • No added NVH
  • Direct fit for stock to 3/4" lowered spring height

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Fitment & Features

Manufacturer:

Manufacturer: Steeda Autosports

Installation Information:

Level of Difficulty: Medium
Install Time: About 3 1/2 Hours
Tools Required: Basic Shop Tools, Jack, Jack stands
Print Instructions: Installation Instructions

Vehicle Fitment:

Fits Model Year: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

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4.5

Front lower control arm install
This is not a hard install but requires patience and some good tools for leverage to remove bolts and install bolts. I had the car on a lift with a rolling jack with the entire front end in the air. Much easier to get to everything. About 2 hours a side to install, installed a full stock Ford track pack suspension as well on my 2011 GT Mustang. I do notice a difference in the steering response and the car corner flat and is very linear. The car has 53,000 miles and the old arms were not worn out, wanted better handling and steering response, worth the upgrade.
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Firmed It Up Over Stock w/ 58,000 Miles
Immediate firmness over the worn out stock arms. Replaced my leaky stock arm bushings and arms..Slight rubbery feeling. I never have to worry about the bushings leaking again.
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