Our spherical rod ended rear lower control arms for the 1982-2002 F-Body Camaro and Firebird outperform the flexible, stamped steel arms and soft rubber bushings that come from the factory.
If the ride on your Mustang is getting rather rough and hard to handle, replacing old, worn-out rear control arms is a great way to upgrade your Mustang’s suspension, while also improving its handling and cornering capabilities. CJ Pony Parts offers a wide selection of rear control arms for Mustang models ranging from 1979 to the present day. Browse our current online inventory below!
Our adjustable rear upper control arms for the 1978-1987 G-Body cars outperform the flexible, stamped-steel arms and soft rubber bushings that come from the factory.
This DIY video (below), from Bentley Publishing, shows the basic procedure for replacing the rear suspension upper/rear control arms. The inner bushings and the outer ball joints on these arms are common wear-out items, on the applicable chassis. When worn, they can produce a clunking or rattling noise as well as odd handling and excessive tire wear due to camber and toe changes.