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BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets (05-14 All)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Corrects Suspension Geometry for Improved Traction
    • Made from 3/16" Thick Steel Plate
    • Bolt-On Design
    • Black Hammer-Tone Powder Coat Finish
    • Fits 2005-2014 V6, GT, Bullitt and GT500

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    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys, Stephanie with AmericanMuscle.com. Here with a review of BMR's Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets fitting all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs. BMR's rear lower control arm relocation brackets are going to be a good option for the lowered S197 owners that are looking for a way to keep the geometry correct in the rear suspension and create a better angle for the lower control arms. A better angled lower control arms means less wheel hop and better traction. Traction wheel hopper issues that the factory rear suspension allows for and the more power and torque that your car's making the worse the problems seems to get. Lower control arms are very beneficial to help with these issues, but if you've lowered your S197 then you might still be seeing a lot of these characteristics in your suspension. And so the relocation brackets are going to put the lower control arms at a better angle to correct these issues. These relocation brackets are specifically designed to work with BMR's lower control arms, but they can still be used with the stock control arms as well. But modifications may be necessary for the install if you're still rocking the factory arms. Relocation brackets are generally used more with aftermarket control arms since the control arms are the first place to start. And like I mentioned, relocation brackets are almost necessary for a proper set up if you've lowered your car at all because it can be hard to get the correct angle out of the control arm otherwise. With control arms, it really is all about the angle. Once you get the correct set up in the rear, you're looking at gaining benefits like better launches, smooth cornering and power delivery, and of course, better performance at the track as well. A lot of times lower control arms are not right without these relocation brackets, which is why these things are so important. These brackets are pretty hardy. They're made from 3/16th-inch steel plates that are CNCed [SP] and laser cut. So they're very solid and can support high horsepower and torque. They're also powder coated for a nice finish. And yes, these are going to be visible under the car. These brackets basically act as an extension for the factory mounting location, and they're going to move the lower control arm down so it will hang lower. But like I said, this is so the lower control arm can have a better angle and perform better, but the tradeoff's going to be some lower hanging suspension components. This just means that you'll have to watch your ground clearance, especially with lowered cars. Depending how low you're sitting certain situations can be tricky, and if you aren't careful, you may find yourself bumping these things on the pavement at certain points like pulling into a steep driveway, on a curve, or at a gas station. So just be aware of that. Personally, I think the benefits of these brackets offer far outweigh the downsides of having to be a little bit more careful, and we are going to install these for you to see so you can check out what I mean in a minute here. One thing to keep in mind is that the lower control arm relocation brackets will help performance wise with things like better traction, better hooking, and better handling. But they are only one component of a handful of other pieces that all work together. If you're really looking to improve things in the rear, there are a handful of other components that you should look into as well like aftermarket lower control arms if you don't already have them, and an adjustable upper control arm setup or a panhard bar just to name a few things. But these are still a finishing step for some aftermarket lower control arms that will certainly help to eliminate even more of the wheel hop and get the rear more stable allowing for harder launches and keeping the suspension more consistent. As far as price, these brackets are going to cost a little over $100, and these are on the less expensive side of the offerings. Ford Racing, Steeda, and Whiteline also have some options too if you wanna check those out, but just keep in mind the brand of lower control arms that you have or plan on getting since sometimes crossing brands doesn't work out too well. So the install here is really pretty easy, and I'll give you a quick overview of the install so you can decide if this is something you'd like to try for yourself or not. You are going to need to get the rear of the car in the air and remove the rear wheels of course. The lower control arm will need to be removed so you have access to the area so the lower control arm bolt has to be backed out. The relocation bracket just goes right over the OE mount, and you can use the gold bolt spacer to hold the bracket to the OE mounting location, but don't tighten it down yet. The short 14 mm bolt and nut from the hardware packet go in the upper mount of the bracket, and you can tighten and torque that down like the directions say to. After that, it's just a matter of positioning the control arm into the desired location. You do have an option of three mounting locations here, and then insert the new bolt and nut and torque that down. Both sides install the same way, and overall, this is one wrench install on our scale here and should take about two hours to complete. Wrapping things up here these Lower Control Relocation Brackets from BMR are a quick and easy way to make your lower control arms even more effective by positioning them differently than the stock mount can. They work perfectly with BMR Lower Control Arms, and they're a very solid bracket that'll hold up to higher horsepower and torque ratings. You can check these relocation brackets out some more online for yourself, and for all things Mustang, keep it right here at AmericanMuscle.com.

    Improves Traction. Correct the suspension geometry of your S197 Mustang with BMR Suspensions Control Arm Relocation Brackets to improve drag strip traction and handling traction exiting turns. The perfect addition to a set of BMR Rear Lower Control Arms

    Quality Construction. Made in the USA from 3/16" CNC laser cut steel plate for strength these Relocation Brackets are completed with a long-lasting black hammer-tone powdercoat finish, and are designed to be an easy bolt-on using existing mounting holes, no welding or drilling is required.

    Application. This pair of BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets are designed as a direct bolt-on upgrade for all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, and Shelby GT500 models equipped with BMR Suspension Rear Lower Control Arms.

    Technical Note. When installing with stock factory rear lower control arms, modifications may be necessary to position control arms in upper mounting positions.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Relocation Brackets
    • (4) Long Bolts
    • (3) Short Bolts
    • (2) Sleeves
    • (5) Nuts
    • (1) Washer
    • (1) Spacer
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    I'm a bit confused. Are Lower Control Arm Relocation brackets still necessary on a lowered mustang if you have Adjustable Rear Upper Control Arms?

    k1DBLITZ

    • Well, the adjustable rear UCA and the rear LCA relocation brackets serve to correct two separate angles in the rear suspension geometry. One does not substitute for the other. When you lower your mustang you essentially compress (jounce) the rear suspension, positioning the axle up closer to the chassis. Control arms and driveshaft flex/pivot up with the axle, placing them at an unfavorable angle. An adjustable rear UCA allows for correction of the pinion angle after lowering your mustang while also adding strength and rigidity. Pinion angle is critical to driveshaft operation. The rear LCA relocation brackets correct the LCA angle (geometry) so that your rear axle will not be prone to "axle wrap" or twisting of the rear axle under heavy torque. The lower you drop your mustang's suspension, the more both of these modifications are necessitated to maintain the best level of performance and rigidity.

      NJCoyoteKid

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    I have a 2012 Mustang Gt, I plan to lower my car with SR Performance 1.5" drop springs. I am curious after lowering the car what hole should I run the lower control arm through? The LCA is a BMR non adjustable LCA with Poly bushings along with an adjustable UCA. This car is mostly a daily driver with some track use. Looking for a somewhat stiff ride, but nothing where it makes the car unbearable to drive. After the car is lowered what should I adjust the pinion angle to? The car has a MT82 transmission.

    AaronA

    Will a 19x11 wheel with 8" backspacing clear the bracket?

    ClaudeD

    • We have not tested the BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets with a 19x11" wheel using an 8" backspace, however based on similar configurations this should not have issues with clearance.

      AMRobD

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    Are these recommend for a car that is not lowered? I plan on putting bmr lca on my car but not going to lower my car

    GregS

    • You can use the BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets on a car that is stock height.

      AshleyK

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    How much does each hole lower the lca mounting point beyond stock? 1.5, 2, 3?

    DanielH

    • The BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets offer you to lower your controll arms 1 inch, 1.5 inch, and 2.5 inches from you stock mounting point.

      ChrisAM

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    Will these work with the gt500 lower control arms that come on the track pack mustangs or do I have to buy adjustable control arms?

    Blwnova

    • The BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets will work with the OEM Track pack control arms, however modifications may be required to allow use of the top mounting position.

      Rob D

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    Overall Rating 4.7

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Afternoon

    Installation Cost:0-$100

    • Handling Improvement 4.681818 4.7
    • Fit 4.424242 4.4
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.681818 4.7



    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      February 13, 2018

      Must have with control arms

      Having after-market control arms without brackets Is kinda like having a CAI without the filter...

      Aries

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (2)

    • 1/5

      December 23, 2017

      How on earth does steel this thick get bent?

      Was so disappointed after receiving the brackets. One was perfect, the other was somehow bent in the area where the lower control arm slides into. Had to tap the lca with a rubber mallet just to get it in place. How on earth does steel this thick get bent?

      JonathanP

      Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      December 13, 2017

      Must Have Fixed an Issue

      BMR must have made a subtle change to these. I had bought a set from Summit a couple of years ago. The holes just did not line up. These dropped in perfectly. BTW the PayPal account is in my wife's name. That's why you see Audrey M.

      CJD

      Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      December 05, 2017

      look good, small fitment issue

      product looks good, much beefier than factory parts as expected. had a fitment issue on driver side I ended up modifying the bracket to fit. 2011 gt

      THARUNUP

      Year: 2011 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      November 25, 2017

      I recommend these

      I noticed a huge difference after installing these. The car is well planted a WOT.

      WalterW

      Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      November 24, 2017

      Also, do this

      if you're doing the rear control arms and your ride is lowered, then you should do this is as well. Beefy and easy install. I would buy again.

      MatthewC

      Year: 2012 Submodel: Boss

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      November 14, 2017

      A must have for lowered mustangs

      I put off installing these for a long time after getting my lowering springs I thought I didn't really need them. Boy was I wrong after installing these along with BMR LCAs and Panhards bar the car launches so much better under heavy load. Just to make it wasn't a placebo effect I took it to the local drag strip as soon as I could and sure enough put down a faster 60ft with less of challenge then I had before. You can actually feel the rear of you car handle so much better after you install these.

      NicholasR

      Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      November 13, 2017

      well made

      easy install 1 hole had to be drilled little bigger other then that has freed up travel in control arms

      Dan926

      Year: 2009 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (2)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 30, 2017

      Good

      Fits good, is good! Lowered Mustang must have! Improved launch, and top end hook up!

      RodLee

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 15, 2017

      Relocation brackets

      The BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets were a great addition to my 2005 Mustang. Since I have a tendency to abuse my Mustang, I chose to weld them in place, in addition to the bolt on instructions. After installing the relocation brackets, and a set of adjustable lower control arms last year, I haven't had a single wheel hop.

      MichaelL

      Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      October 10, 2017

      Lower control arms

      Made my suspension better and could adjust how stiff it could be

      Lamarrana

      Year: 2013 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (2)

    • 1/5

      August 09, 2017

      BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relo Brackets

      Did not fit. I have the rear stiffening bar for the rear axle and it mounts to the weights area and will not fit between the mount of the bar and BMR bracket. Be careful when you order if you have the stiffening bar.

      GaryGT500

      Year: 2011 Submodel: GT500

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      July 12, 2017

      BMR LCA relo brackets are great

      My GT has P Springs (1" drop all around), the FRPP handling package (struts and shocks), FRPP sway bar kit (from AM), BMR Panhard bar and bracket, BMR rear LCAs, and, now, BMR LCA relocation brackets. Prior to the relo brackets, I would get a little hop, mainly on wet roads when I was not careful with the throttle. Lowering the car puts the LCAs at an improper angle that promotes wheel hop (that is, angle up from the body to the axle). The BMR brackets put the LCAs slightly lower at the axle (top hole), moderately lower at the axle (middle hole), and significantly lower (bottom hole). With the LCAs in the middle hole (recommended as a starting point by BMR), the wheel hop is 100 gone. The rear feels tighter (more stable) in around town driving and I really should have installed these with the LCAs but I "didn't think I needed them". Wrong! There are no clearance issues with the sway bar or Panhard bar, either. In my opinion, the price is quite reasonable considering the high quality and beefy construction of the brackets. The installation instructions are easy to follow and there are even YouTube videos, if you prefer. If you have a lowered car, you need these relocation brackets. More well-engineered and great quality parts from BMR that will make your Mustang even better.

      Chris

      Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      July 03, 2017

      BMR Rear Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets

      Awesome product when combined with lower and upper rear control arms, sub-frame connectors and drag radials. This will keep your pony planted to the ground with no wheel hop along with keeping your pony straight. Also this product was priced excellent for the quality you are getting. I would have given it 5 stars for fit, but it was a pain in the butt to get the driver side panhard bolt out and back in. Would have taken approximately and hour to an hour and a half, but with the panhard bolt issue, that added and extra hour of screwing around.

      SteveH

      Year: 2005 Submodel: Other

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      June 06, 2017

      Nice

      Looks good fits great, great improvement. If your working off of jack stands set aside an afternoon, if on a lift shouldn't take too long.

      Bullitt

      Year: 2009 Submodel: Bullitt

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    • 5/5

      May 24, 2017

      Los Angeles

      The product is very good if you're lowering your car I recommend it to anybody who is dropping their car with a 3 coil

      max

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      May 02, 2017

      2012 5.0

      These are do-able in a garage by yourself, but I wouldnt recommend it if you dont have any experience, It took me a few hours, had a hard time getting some of the holes to line up and torquing some of the bolts was a pain even on ramps but it was do-able. The before and after was night and day, i installed these with JandM LCA's and WOW!!

      thejoker222

      Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      April 15, 2017

      Great product

      A much needed upgrade when changing suspension for street/strip fun!

      CoryR

      Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (2)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      April 04, 2017

      Good addition

      Did the job with the bmr lca. The only downside​ is noise from rear end is amplified a bit. The hook is great though.

      JoseA

      Year: 2013 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (1)

    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      April 01, 2017

      Expected better

      The bolt holes for the product did not line up properly and required some slight modification to get them to fit. Other than that it works as advertised. My car definitely hooks better

      KeithM

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (1)

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