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BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings - Red (05-14 All)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Reduce Flex and Deflection
    • TIG-Welded Boxed Steel Tubing
    • Greasable Polyurethane Bushings
    • Non-Adjustable Design
    • Durable Red Powdercoat Finish
    • Proudly Made in the USA
    • For Street, Drag, and Road Race Applications
    • Fits All 2005-2014 Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey guys, Stephanie with americanmuscle.com, here with a review of BMR's Red Lower Control Arms with Poly Bushings for 2005 to 2014 Mustangs. In this video, we're gonna go over a few different topics when it comes to these rear lower control arms. We're going to talk about the benefits of upgrading control arms, the materials and construction of these particular arms and we're gonna talk about the install as well. I'll go over the install in more detail later, but I can tell you right now that I'm going to call this install a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. BMR's Rear Lower Control Arms are going to be a good option for the S197 owners that are looking for a fixed square steel lower control arm that isn't going to add a lot of harshness to the ride quality through extremely stiff bushings but that is going to help with traction and wheel hop issues. Traction and wheel hop are issues that the factory suspension allows for and the more power and torque that your car is making the worse the problem will get because the stock components will allow for more deflection. The bushings in these control arms are gonna stop a lot of the deflection that the stock rubber ones allow for. One of the main reasons why the stock setup has so many downfalls is because soft rubber bushings are used. The soft bushings allow for a more comfortable ride that's more forgiving and an overall better experience for the average driver which is why they're used from the factory. This however is bad news for those of you that wanna be able to get power and torque to the ground, but you have to keep in mind that stiffer options are not always a better choice for you. If you take all the flexibility out of the suspension then you're gonna end up with an extremely stiff ride quality that isn't really gonna be fun for cars on the street. You can quickly create an uncomfortable ride and you also have to consider the shock that will then be transferred to the car in the suspension. Keeping that in mind and knowing that bushings play a big role in the equation here, these BMR Control Arms have a heavy-duty 95-durameter polyurethane bushing, and this bushing is used on both the chassis and the axle side. This type of bushing is a stiffer bushing for less deflection which is a good thing. Less deflection means less movement and flexibility and therefore improved traction. This particular bushing is made from a compound that's stiffer than the factory bushing but it also helps to dampen MVH at the same time so you're not looking at an uncomfortable ride quality here. The other thing about these bushings is that they're internally fluted which is going to help keep the bushing lubricated and silent. Your other option instead of poly bushings like these is to go with spherical bearings. BMR does have a set of fixed lowers that come with this setup if you think those are more inline with what you're looking for. The spherical bearings are going to be at the top of the chart when it comes to stiff bushings. They'll offer the least amount of deflection because they connect the suspension solidly to the chassis. The trade off is more MVH so harsher ride quality. The bearings can't absorb shock like bushings can so the shock is then transferred directly to the suspension and the chassis.These are also a box steel design that's heavy duty and TIG welded for strength. These arms are going to be a lot more rigid and offer more support than the factory stamped steel arms do, so they're a definite upgrade for sure. They're also five pounds lighter than the stock arms are. These are powder coated red so not only are they going to look nice, but they also have some corrosion resistance which is nice since they are a low hanging under car suspension part. Now in case you guys were shopping around you may have noticed that BMR offers another set of fixed lower control arms with poly bushings with a lot of similar features but at a different price. These o

    Better Performance. The problem with stock lower control arms is obvious once you start modding your car with more power. Your launches don't hook, dreaded wheel hop is present and the whole driving experience feels unsteady and inconsistent. This is why racers modify their suspension systems and turn to BMR for upgraded parts. These Non-Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms with Polyurethane Bushings offer an affordable solution that will reduce flex and deflection while improving cornering consistency.

    Durable Manufacturing. Heavy duty TIG-welded 1.25 x 2" boxed steel tubing provides far superior strength over the stock stamped steel control arms. All of the manufacturing processes take place in BMR Suspension's Florida plant, so quality is ensured at every stage.

    Smart Design. Another design improvement over the factory components is the use of internally fluted, 95-durometer polyurethane bushings. These greasable upgrades are engineered to direct the grease to the outer edges as well as the inner sleeve, so the thrust surface stays lubricated. This means quiet, reliable and long lasting operation of your bushings. Designed for street performance, drag racing or road racing, these Rear LCAs from BMR will noticeably improve your handling, even under heavy loads.

    Application. These red powdercoated BMR Non-Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms with Polyurethane Bushings are designed for 2005-2014 Mustangs, including V6, GT, Bullitt, BOSS and Shelby GT500 models.

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

    MPN# TCA019R

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    • (2) Rear Lower Control Arms
    • Polyurethane Bushings
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        Besides price, what is the difference between these Item 390560 MPN# TCA019R -- and -- Item 390561 MPN# TCA032R

        • Item 390560 MPN# TCA019R utlizes heavy duty TIG-welded 1.25 x 2" boxed steel tubing; Item 390561 MPN# TCA032R uses MIG-welded 1x2-inch boxed steel tubing. The 1.25" x 2" will be more sturdier than the 1" x 2" and the TIG welding does take a little more time than MIG welding.

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        I want to upgrade my suspension but do not know where to start. I was thinking of purchasing these control arms but it looks like they're for launches at a drag strip. my car will be a street car, I just want to reduce the tail happiness the car gets when i stomp on the gas, and that horrible feeling when you hit a bump. What would you guys recommend, this is my first mustang.

        • The BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings will be the first mod we would recommend when wanting to get rid of the wheel hop. These control arms will be for street and drag applications and will help greatly with reducing wheel hop.

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        Greasing? What type of grease does BMR recommend you use to grease the bushings? Regular grease or white lithium? Just curious because I don't won't to cause any harm to the bushing. Thanks

        • In BMR's installation instructions, they say to use silicone based polyurethane lube.

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        Which one is for the left rear and which is for the right rear?

        • The control arms will be labeled left and right.

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        so is this better then the tube models and how would they compare to them for daily driving especially on country roads.

        • The BMR Rear Lower Control Arms will not be as rigid as the tubular design of some other brands, however it has been found that since the 2005-2014 control arms do not carry the spring perch, this is a negligible difference for most applications. They poly bushings in the BMR Rear Lower Control Arms have proven to be great for daily drivers that see some spirited driving.

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        10 More Questions
        Is it recommended that you get the uppers also and should they be adjustable? 1 answer
        GT500 - How critical/what advantages do LCA relocation brackets provide coupled with this LCA upgrade? 1 answer
        If I will set this arms without Relocation Brackets (Item 390528), what I lose? In what case do we need relocation brackets? 1 answer
        If I replace both Rear Lower and Upper control arms - do I need to do the wheel alignment? 1 answer
        I purchased the BMR lowering kit with lower control arm brackets and new bmr lower control arms. Witch slot on the relocation bracket do I want my control arm after lowering 1.5" ? 1 answer
        Can you please tell me the difference between BMR rear lower control arms Item 390559 MPN# TCA032H and Item 49612 MPN#TCA019H. I cannot see any difference by the descriptions 1 answer
        Will this mod work with a Watt's Link? Worried about fitment with a Watt's Link installed. 1 answer
        Lowered cars Do all lowered cars need relocation brackets and if not how lowered can it be without having to get relo. brackets ? 2 answers
        Do I have to have the relocation brackets or can they be a direct replacement 4 answers
        Bolts Do I need new bolts from ford? Or can I reuse them? 4 answers

          Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.8

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          Installation Cost:$100-$250

          • Handling Improvement 4.713178 4.7
          • Fit 4.883721 4.9
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.868217 4.9



          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            September 15, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            My favorite watch

            Easy to install. Great ride so far. I haven't been to the track to see if it's less wheel hop.

            Dj

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            August 24, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Great product and a Simple Mod

            The BMR Rear Lower Control Arms are a Great Replacement over the original Lower Control Arms and are a Simple Mod. It took just a couple of hours to replace the lower control arms and the Installation Directions were simple to follow. BMR makes great Suspension parts that are Reasonably priced.

            Jason1970

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 19, 2019

            Strong Arms

            Get rid of the factory stamped steel rusty junk. Install the new boxed steel powder coated works of art!

            Paul58

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            July 11, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Traction

            Easy to install with a few tools. Traction problem gone..

            FreeRyde07

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 13, 2019

            Amazing

            Much quicker launch I love it and the red look crazy good under my car. I have more grip as well I def recommend to anyone to get rid of those ugly stock control arms

            DariusM

            Year: 2009 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 10, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Feels great...easy install

            The bushings on my factory control arms were starting to squeak and I have heard that replacing just the bushings themselves can be a real pain. Found these BMR's and they were reasonably priced so I picked them up. Super easy install (make sure you do one side at a time), and I can definitely feel more traction to the ground.

            stangsvt302

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 30, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            must do if you have a supercharger

            no more wheel hop!!! did not change the ride. perfect for street racing!

            20stang08

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (1)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            April 01, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Incredible!

            Got these along with the BMR relocation brackets, set on the middle hole on otherwise stock suspension and absolutely 0 rear end squat on acceleration. Almost feels a bit to firm in the rear so I might move it up to the top one but with plans on dropping the car, might just leave it. Took maybe an hour and a half to install these along with the relocation brackets at my brother's shop.

            PhilipB

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 26, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Rear squeaking gone

            Had squeak in rearend couldn't figure it out where it was coming from. After trying silicone spray on all the bushings finally went away but only temporary fix. Installed these squeaks gone no problem plus they can be greased. Extremely satisfied.

            SteveR

            Year: 2013 Submodel: V6

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            March 12, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Worth the money

            Simple install, you can tell the difference from stock, helps stiffen up your rear end. May have to move the diff slightly to get the screws to line up properly. Other than that, very simple.

            Tyler

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            March 03, 2019

            Perfect fit

            These LCAs were exactly what I was looking for. They went in with no issues.

            ScottG

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            February 27, 2019

            BMR LCAs

            Install went rather smooth.. Consider that unless your car is brand new, then you may need to hand work a few things for proper fit.. all in all, everything went together well.. i installed these along with the BMR relocation brackets.. these two items are probably the single best change ive made to the rearend for handling performance .. it tightened up the rear and made it so much more predictable and consistent.. ive since installed the adjustable UCA, UCA mount and diff bushings. All BMR.. these items were the cherry on top and the entire BMR rearend is perfect (including adjustable panhard bar). i couldnt ask for more from a high performance streetable suspension setup.. theyre not nearly as noisy as spherical ball joints but this setup will definitely ride with more NVH than stock.. but thats to be expected.. theyre perfect for hi-po street use and occasional track days..

            SteveS

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            February 17, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            Lower control arms

            Save yourself a lot of work if you do not plan on ever reusing stock lower control arms just take a sawzall and cut the bottom of the slot that the emergency cable goes through completely out and you don’t have to do a dam thing with the emergency cable the arm comes right out .

            WilliamL

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            January 19, 2019

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            BMR rear lower control arms

            Works great. Easy installation and fast. 2012 Shelby gt500

            HectorE

            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT500

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          • 5/5

            December 13, 2018

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            BMR REAR LOWER CONTROL ARMS

            Shelby GT500 SVT Pkg Concern; Rear end becomes unstable while accelerating and also when merging onto the freeway. After installing the BMR LCA, improved stability? Absolutely! Ride comfort feels excellent and compliant on mountain roads. I recommend this upgrade.

            lndarte

            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT500

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            November 14, 2018

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            BMR Lower Control Arms (TIG WELD)

            Nice upgrade since my stock arms had the bushings falling out, may as well upgrade rather than just replace with stock parts, quality is top notch and installation is easy. Very happy overall

            CodyZ

            Year: 2010 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            September 30, 2018

            Good modification

            An essential mod for reducing wheel hop. Doesn’t eliminate it but does make it less of a problem

            BrentG

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            September 08, 2018

            Review from BMR Rear Lower Control Arms - Poly Bushings (05-14 All)

            BMR rear lower control arms

            I install BMR lowering control arms on my 2014 Mustang and I'm impressed it eliminated the wheel hop I was getting

            LuisT

            Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            September 07, 2018

            Work Great

            Work great at eliminating flex. No issues after 10k miles.

            BradP

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            July 10, 2018

            Improved Handling

            Definitely seeing improved performance. Less hop at launch, especially when turning out onto a highway. No significant sacrifice in ride quality for the street, either.

            Neal

            Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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