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Old 04-23-2012, 10:44 PM   #1
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What are the best brand of control arms for a 94 Stang I was thinking the bbk anybody have any reviews on the bbk upper lower control arms
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What are the best brand of control arms for a 94 Stang I was thinking the bbk anybody have any reviews on the bbk upper lower control arms
My favorites are the UMI Lift Bars.
They also have uppers and torque box reinforcements.
Note, that they may not be for everyone as the lower lift bars have solid steel bushings and they will transmit some road noise, but usually your exhaust cancels that out.


There is nothing else on the market that will plant your rear tires as well as they do.
Some people have the idea that they will affect your handling, I can tell you from experience that they do not and the solid bushings actually serve to keep your rearend better centered under the car.


That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
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My favorites are the UMI Lift Bars.
They also have uppers and torque box reinforcements.
Note, that they may not be for everyone as the lower lift bars have solid steel bushings and they will transmit some road noise, but usually your exhaust cancels that out.

There is nothing else on the market that will plant your rear tires as well as they do.
Some people have the idea that they will affect your handling, I can tell you from experience that they do not and the solid bushings actually serve to keep your rearend better centered under the car.

That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
I agree with this 100%

Also, no wonder why I didn't hear the noise that captain described. You can't hear anything over my 10 series. Lol
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Well I can't here it with windows up lol FYI
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