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Old 11-06-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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GT500 Lower Control Arms on GT

Found a deal on GT500 Lower Control Arms for $40, and I was just wondering if I would actually notice a difference? I don't know much about LCAs, will I only notice a difference when launching or when driving too? Help me decide whether to pull the trigger on this or not!
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They help a lot. I noticed better traction in the rain also. Highly recommended mod.


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They are a step up from the GT. They use a denser rubber for less flex but not as stiff as the polymer aftermarket ones. The arms are non adjustable pressed steel, not tubular welded.
I found the GT500/Ford Racing ones new for $125-140? and it was a definite improvement - not harsh.


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They are a step up from the GT. They use a denser rubber for less flex but not as stiff as the polymer aftermarket ones. The arms are non adjustable pressed steel, not tubular welded.
I found the GT500/Ford Racing ones new for $125-140? and it was a definite improvement - not harsh.
Thanks man, I think for $40 I can't pass this one up!
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Good deal!


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They are a step up from the GT. They use a denser rubber for less flex but not as stiff as the polymer aftermarket ones. The arms are non adjustable pressed steel, not tubular welded.
I found the GT500/Ford Racing ones new for $125-140? and it was a definite improvement - not harsh.


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You find them for that price . Want to get some , thanks


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Looked for the invoice and couldn't find it - I believe they came from one of the Ford Racing Parts online stores.


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Cheapest I can find is $280


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Even American Muscle has them for 134.95


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