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Old 01-05-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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Frpp 302r LCA

I'm about to pull the trigger on a set of the FRPP 302r LCAs but I was hoping to get a second opinion from someone who has had them out on.

Reasoning for getting the FRPP ones opposed to other brands is because I can get ford parts for free through my company.

So brand comparisons aside, are they worth swapping out my OEM ones for?

And would anyone happen to have the original part# to the LCAs so I can match them up?

Thanks, and I'm anxious to read what you guys have to say.


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Don't know the if the LCA your talking about have poly bushings or rubber. If rubber you would be better off getting the $100 non adjustable BMR LCA's with the poly bushing that can be greased. I received mine along with relocation brackets during the Christmas day sale and they are a very nice piece.


Also pretty sure the V6 PP cars came with GT GT500 LCA's, but they are still rubber inserts in the LCA's.
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Don't know the if the LCA your talking about have poly bushings or rubber. If rubber you would be better off getting the $100 non adjustable BMR LCA's with the poly bushing that can be greased. I received mine along with relocation brackets during the Christmas day sale and they are a very nice piece.


Also pretty sure the V6 PP cars came with GT GT500 LCA's, but they are still rubber inserts in the LCA's.

Sorry about that, I should hVe posted a link. http://m.americanmuscle.com/frpp-boss302r-lca-0514.html


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Ford Racing =/= Ford, i'm not sure if your discount will work. That being said, those are over priced, the BMR ones mentioned above will suit you just fine assuming you do have to pay for them.
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Ford Racing =/= Ford, i'm not sure if your discount will work. That being said, those are over priced, the BMR ones mentioned above will suit you just fine assuming you do have to pay for them.

Yeah I hear ya. I just read that it is original equipment on the boss 302r. So I pasted a boss 302r VIN into my catalog and went about it that route. I hear nothing but good things about the BMRs, and if I wasn't such a tight *** I'd go with them. But if I can get these ones for free I imagine it would be a cool little upgrade.


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Oh yeah, if they're free, damn near anything is better than stock. If you have to pay however, i have to recommend the BMR.
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Oh yeah, if they're free, damn near anything is better than stock. If you have to pay however, i have to recommend the BMR.

Damn...the arms just came in and they look nothing like the boss ones. They are genuine ford but I'm guessing those are the GT's. Haha should I just keep these GT ones or send em back?

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I'd send them back. Not enough of an upgrade (if any) over the V6 ones to be worth the labor.
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I'd send them back. Not enough of an upgrade (if any) over the V6 ones to be worth the labor.

I guess nothing in life is free thanks for the help.


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