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BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms - Standard Ball Joint - Black Hammertone (10-14 All)

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      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Non-Adjustable Tubular Front Lower A-Arms
      • Brand New OE 19mm Standard Height Ball Joints Included
      • Durable 1.25" Heavy Wall DOM Tubing Construction
      • 11.2 lbs. Lighter Than Stock
      • Black Hammer-Tone Powder Coat Finish
      • Internally-Fluted Grease-Able Polyurethane Bushings
      • Sold as a Set of Two
      • Fits All 2010-2014 Mustangs


      Improve Handling Performance. Upgrade your S197 Mustang to a higher standard by replacing your stock stamped steel A-arms with a set of BMR Suspension Tubular Front Lower Control Arms to save weight and improve handling performance. BMR Non-adjustable Tubular A-arms are lighter than the stock pair shaving 11.2 lbs off the front end of your Pony.

      Tubular Steel Construction. Made in the USA from TIG welded 1.25" diameter heavy wall DOM steel tubing for superior strength and rigidity, these BMR Front Lower Control A-arms feature CNC machined rear pivot points and are completed in a durable black hammer-tone powdercoat finish for great looks and long lasting corrosion resistance.

      Polyurethane Bushings.
      These BMR Front Lower Control Arms use greaseable internally fluted polyurethane bushings resulting in predictable handling during straight-line acceleration and hard cornering.

      OE Ball Joints. BMR includes two brand new 19mm standard height ball joints that are sourced from the same OE (original equipment) supplier Ford uses.

      Application. This set of two BMR Suspension Non-adjustable Front Lower Control Arms are designed for 2010 to 2014 Mustangs including the V6, GT, BOSS, and Shelby GT500 models. These BMR A-arms are compatible with both the stock K-member as well as the BMR Standard or Lowered Tubular K-Member.

      Application Note. 2010 model year Mustangs built before August 2009 were equipped with 18 millimeter ball joints on the front lower A-arms, and should therefore use 2005-2009 BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms.

      Fitment: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

      MPN# AA021H

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (9)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.4 out of 5 overall rating from 9 customers

      Installation Time: Full Day

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • February 08, 2020

        Review shared from BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms - Standard Ball Joint - Red (10-14 All)

        5 2013 GT - Gnasty Installation Time: Afternoon


        You’ll really be able to tell the difference in quality and durability comparing the BMR control arms with fords stamped sheet metal components. While this mod doesn’t drastically change handling, you’ll have added confidence in performance applications AND front end weight reduction. This kit is a MUST if you’re doing the BMR K member kit as well.

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      • February 28, 2018

        5 2013 GT500 - MichaelD

        13 gt500

        Very solid heavier then I figured definitely high quality

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      • August 29, 2017

        Review shared from BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms - Standard Ball Joint - Red (10-14 All)

        5 2012 GT - Jesusgarcia Installation Time: Afternoon

        What a diffrence

        I got these a arms with bmr tubular k member and wow what a diffrence. Highley recommend it.

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      • April 19, 2017

        Review shared from BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms - Standard Ball Joint - Red (10-14 All)

        5 2010 V6 - ChristopherB Installation Time: Afternoon

        What a difference

        Had some major issues with the shipping but AM came through for me and rushed the part. Installed without any issue. Car is tight. Corners like it is on rails. Would highly recommend the upgrade.

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      • August 19, 2016

        5 2011 GT - AMJoe

        Strong and Lightweight

        The BMR A-Arms are build strong and helped shed weight especially combined with the BMR K-Member. Steering rack issues would normally be a concern for the 2011 models but they went in a custom build so supporting modifications wasn't an issue.

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      • July 27, 2016

        Review shared from BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms - Standard Ball Joint - Red (10-14 All)

        5 2011 V6 - Redstang27


        Was well built and works fantastic!! Definitely well worth it!

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      • July 27, 2016

        Review shared from BMR Front Lower Control A-Arms - Standard Ball Joint - Red (10-14 All)

        5 2013 GT - DonJuan

        I would definitely recommend if looking to upgrade

        I had a stock 2013 GT and its racking 87,000 miles which has started showing some signs of wear. I bought these just because I kept hearing a sound when cruising and on certain bumps but the difference i felt in the handling was almost night and day. Soon to change the rear set.

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      • October 30, 2014

        1 2011 GT - ElFufi Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        Beware 2011 GT Owners

        As the previous review said, these arms will cause the EPAS to go crazy, vibrating violently on bumpy roads at over 60 mph and when slight bumps are encountered when turning the wheel in curved roads over 40 mph. Put back stock arms and problem was gone. Mine is a 2011 GT. Do not know how it would do on the 2012+. BMR should not be selling these for the 2011 w/out the warning that you need to replace the EPAS with the Boss model.

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      • August 07, 2014

        4 2011 GT - BossBuggy Installation Time: Full Day

        Great Quality But Is Likely a $1500 Investment Overall....

        Install took 3.5 hours (that was just putting the parts back on, removal took longer). The main reason is because the inner tie rod steering knuckle is right in front of the front a arm bushing bolt and the bolt is about 6" long, so you aren't going to pull it out unless you detach the tie rod from the outer tie rod and turn the steering so that the inner to outer knuckle allows the bolt to clear. Parts are good quality- good paint finish, solid welds, both bushings are greaseable and so is the ball joint which is a good idea since I only put these on because the ball joint went out on my OEM passenger-side front LCA and it seemed like a reasonable upgrade. Steering is lighter and quicker. The BIG problem is the EPAS of the stock steering rack overcompensates for quick turns that resemble sway (such as slight skipping on a turn or hitting a bump or pothole at a decent speed). THIS causes the steering to go CRAZY, bouncing back and forth violently. The short long of it is that if you buy these for a 2011, you HAVE to replace the stock steering rack with the M-3200-EPAS (Boss 302R) steering rack from Ford racing. It comes with the proper sport steering programming. It seems like the newer models allow you to choose different steering programs, but 2011 does not. These racks retail for $1000. That is the only reason I gave them a "3 star" rating on "Bang for Buck"; it would have been nice to know I needed the other part because now I am having to drive overly slow and careful everywhere I got until I purchase the new steering rack....

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      Questions & Answers (7 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      I read a blog that said if you install these on a 2011 Gt that you may wind up having to spend another 1K on a different steering box as well as bad shaking on bumpy roads, especially on turning. Whats the story here?

      What is the difference between the standard and extended ball version?

      • The extended ball joint version of the same control arms have a taller ball joint mount. This makes them more suitable for lowered vehicles over the standard ball joint position.

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      Do these come pre-greased?

      • This will need to be greased upon install. 

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      Do I need any other parts to install these? I read the reviews that had a concern with epas.

      • Additional parts will not be required for the installation.

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      Is there anything else I need to upgrade to install these? I read the comments that say in a gt the epas has issues with this part. Would this be the same in a v6?

      • You will not need anything else to install this on your car.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Driver side front lower control arm
      • (1) Passenger side front lower control arm

      Tech Specs

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Boss 302 - 12, 13
      • GT - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
      • GT500 - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
      • V6 - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

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