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Old 06-28-2015, 01:33 AM   #1
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Are the sr mustang lower control arms good for street use or should I go upr or mm?


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SR brand is okay for low HP rides .. if your really going to be launching hard and beating the crap out of the arms .. don't even think about it and get yourself some UPR chrome-moly arms ..

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MM or Steeda are pretty much the best out there. UPR is great too, and a handful of other companies. As for the SR, some have issues, some don't. I put a set on a buddies car a few years ago with no issues. Just make sure you're using the right type of lubricant (no petroleum based) on the bushings or you'll destroy them.
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Max Motorsports. Steeda if you absolutely have a shoestring budget.

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SR brand is okay for low HP rides .. if your really going to be launching hard and beating the crap out of the arms .. don't even think about it and get yourself some UPR chrome-moly arms ..

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I have been happy with my BMR items
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Yeah but you have an 05+. BMR doesn't exist for our ancient 1978 platforms lol.
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