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SR Performance Rear Lower Control Arms (05-14 All)

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    Features, Videos & Details

    • Better Traction, Faster Launches, Less Wheel Hop
    • 1.5" Tubular Steel Construction
    • TIG-Welded for Strength
    • Black Powdercoated Finish
    • Greasable Black Polyurethane Bushings
    • Sold as a Pair
    • Made in the USA
    • Fits All 2005-2014 Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Hey I’m Justin with, and I’m taking a closer look at two products from SR Performance, I have with me their adjustable and non-adjustable rear lower control arms, fitting all 2005 and newer Mustangs. SR Performance has taken the Mustang world by storm lately with their wide variety of high quality performance and suspension components with prices that should fit nicely into just about anyone’s budget. And if you want to find out more about SR Performance and what products they offer for your ride, just click the link below to head back to our site and see for yourself. Alright, so SR Performance just released their two rear lower control arm options for the S197, one features full adjustability while the other does not. Both options feature strong TIG welded tubular steel, along with this nice gloss black powder coating. They do feature greasable polyurethane bushings on both, with the exception of these spherical heim joints, located on the adjustables. If you’re not quite sure what option might work best for you, don’t hesitate to ask our award winning customer service team what they think, email them at, or give them a call at 1-855-422-7439. Even though the control arms are slightly different by design, to reduce your Mustangs wheel hop and improve your traction off the line. Plain and simply, they do this by using a superior material, permabushings, and in the case of the adjustables here, they allow you to dial in your optimal alignment settings and pinion angle, especially important if you’ve lowered your ride, and I’d say that would be the main benefit of going with the adjustables, if you want to have to luxury of really fine tuning your accessories to achieve the best 60ft times possible, the adjustables would certainly be the way to go. But if you’re just looking to hook up better and reduce wheel hop by replacing those stock control arms, and soft rubber factory bushings, the non-adjustables from SR would certainly be a low cost options which would get the job done. Both options are relatively easy installs that should only take you 2 hours from start to finish using basic hand tools, with a little bit more time needed for fine tuning the adjustables. So if you’re looking to improve your traction off the line and reduce wheel hop in the process, then you have to check out these two options from SR Performance, right here at and for more product overviews from SR Performance and many other products, go ahead and subscribe to our YouTube channel already, just maneuver that mouse down below or up in the corner and click away. In the meantime that’ll do it from me and we’ll see you next time.

    Improves Traction. Everyone knows that you're going nowhere fast if you can't hook up off the line. That's why SR Performance designed their Mustang Rear Lower Control Arms to provide better traction, quicker launches, less wheel hop and as an added bonus, improved 60ft times.

    Tubular Steel Construction. Made in the USA from TIG-welded heavy duty 1.5" steel tubing for superior strength, SR Performance completes their Rear Lower Control Arms with a black powdercoat finish for long lasting durability and good looks.

    Polyurethane Bushings. These SR Performance Control Arms use greasable black polyurethane bushings on both the chassis and axle side, which are far superior to the factory rubber bushings. The result is great traction during straight-line acceleration and predictable grip during hard cornering.

    Application. This set of two SR Performance Rear Lower Control Arms with Black Polyurethane Bushings are designed as a direct bolt-on upgrade for all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, BOSS and Shelby GT500 models.

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

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        5 Top Rated Questions

        Every time I hit a bump in the road it sounds like something is loose in the trunk. I check the trunk and every thing is secure. I recently replaced my tires and the service guy at belle tire said he thinks it might be the bushing in the lower control arms are worn out. My mustang only has 26,000 miles . Do you think this maybe causing the rattle.

        • It is quite possible. The factory control arms aren't very durable and they do very little to keep the tires planted to the ground during wot and launches. If you are asking if these upgraded control arms are causing te noise them yes it's probably them. Whenever you add a part with performance in mind you are gonna lose comfortability and quietness so yes it probably are these that are causing the noise. I had the SR performance swaybars, end links, control arms (upper and lower) panhard bar, lowering springs, and Koni shocks and struts. My car squeaked whenever I drove over a pebble, that being said my 60ft time was almost 1.9 seconds before I added all of the suspension mods. It was a 1.59 by the time I was done giving me a 12.6 1/4 mile time with some engine work as well.

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        Can this things make creaking sounds when the car is in motion ??? because i installed this over two years ago and now i'm hearing all kinds of loud creaking sounds coming from the back of my 2013 Mustang GT when i make a turn or go over a bump or driveway.

        • There are a handful of suspension components that could be creaking when driving so it may be hard to pinpoint where the sound is exactly coming from. Best recommendation would be to have a shop or yourself inspect the control arms to ensure the metal is in good condition and bushings are properly lubricated.

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        Do these come pregreased?

        • They will not be shipped pre-greased.

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        Is there a warrant on these? I too just installed these and have been told that the bushings are practically gone..... Less than 20K miles on them and they were maintained exactly as the instructions indicated.

        • The SR Performance Rear Lower Control Arms do not have a warranty. 

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        I have these on a 2014 gt and the bushing are all completely shot. Is there any way I can just get a new set of bushing for the control arms?

        • Unfortunately, the bushings are not available outside of the control arms.

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        9 More Questions
        How much better than factory are they ??? 1 answer
        Are the sr rear lower control arms better than the bmr ones honest opinion please. 1 answer
        very nice product , but a bit of a struggle to me.. when i got mine both was looking exactly the same, the end with the wide bushing who is going to take place in the axle where pointing the same way , so if i where going to mount them both with the grease nipples facing down the axle was going to be moved sideways... so one of them have grease nipple pointing upwards against the chassis... Do they both look exactly the same or is it a left and a right control arm? 1 answer
        What is the expected life span of these control arms? 1 answer
        Can I use these with the bmr lca relocation bracket? 1 answer
        Can you reuse the nuts and bolts or are they a one time use? 1 answer
        What is the difference between polyurethane and urethane bushings? Which is better? 1 answer
        Track ET ? The description says it will give faster launches, so will this help to lower my times then ? 2 answers
        will these work with loweing springs i wanna know if these will work with ford racing lowering springs on my 2010 gt 3 answers

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          Ratings Summary

          4.3 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          Installation Cost: 0-$100

          • November 13, 2019

            3 2009 GT - AlexD Installation Time: Afternoon

            Rear Lower Control

            Buy the better ones , the grease is a pain to find and expensive and still squeak

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          • July 23, 2019

            5 2012 GT - TristanD Installation Time: Afternoon

            Excellent and Simply Installation

            Very straight forward well made parts. They fit perfectly but a little more snug on the smaller end of the arm.

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          • May 23, 2019

            5 2006 GT - Pipetaino Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Good product

            Strong look easy to stall nice black color good quality

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          • May 14, 2019

            5 2009 GT - ReubenT Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great quality for the price.

            Rear end is alot more rigid, the car doesn't lose as much traction when high rpm shifting into 2nd gear. Better traction=better quartermile!!! Simple install !!!

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          • May 07, 2019

            1 2008 V6 - MSTRy Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Bushings Don’t Last

            Bushing lasted less that 10K with only summer driving and proper maintenance. Actually going back to OEM lowers. Embarrassing product

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          • May 07, 2019

            1 2014 GT - KeithS

            Go with a different brand

            I installed these control arms on my 14 GT. They were great at first but after about a year the bushings were completely blown out and had to be replaced. I switched to a different brand and wont be looking back. When they weren't broken they worked well and I definitely noticed a difference but they broke pretty easily. I followed the recommended greasing schedule, and never tracked the car, only spirited street driving and the bushings lasted about 15,000 miles.

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          • May 01, 2019

            1 2007 V6 - CecilS Installation Time: Afternoon

            Strong but noisy. VERY NOISY!

            The Good: These fit good and are way stronger than the stock arms. Definatly help settle the rear end of the Mustang down especially noticable in hard cornering. The Bad: NOISY! The rubber bushing is cast into the arm (which moves) and presses firmily against the cars sheet metal frame (which doesn't move) so when you corner or go over bumps the rubber squeaks LOUDLY! I have 500 miles on them an no sign of quieting down. I'm going to give them a few more hundred miles and if they don't settle down they are coming back off and going in the trash.

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          • April 06, 2019

            5 2014 V6 - Crystal

            Lower control arms

            These are a great upgrade would highly recommend them.

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          • April 03, 2019

            5 2009 V6 - JohnH Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great quality

            Great quality arms for a great price. Fitment is very, very tight. Had to use an air hammer to widen the gap for the larger bushings.

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          • April 01, 2019

            5 2012 GT - matt927 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Nice solid product for the price

            Once recieving the product could tell it was way more solid than the factory arms. No problems installing when everything is properly greased and stiffens the rear end pretty noticeably.

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          • March 22, 2019

            1 2006 GT - DanielB Installation Time: Full Day


            Spent 3 hours trying to get this garbage lower control arms to fit and they won’t, you’d think they’d measure the thickness of the bushing. I want to send back

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          • January 17, 2019

            5 2011 GT - JuanG Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Really awesome

            Well worth the money and an easy install I noticed the difference as soon as I got it back on the road people complained of hearing noises but I herd nothing at all and it gripped when I would launch it

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          • January 16, 2019

            1 2006 GT - JeffreyN Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

            SR Performance Rear Lower Control Arms

            My Mustang rode quieter before installing this control arms. Screeching noise is very loud when turning and riding down the street. Not satisfied at all. First time not being pleased with parts from American Muscle in eight years of purchasing parts from here.

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          • December 25, 2018

            5 2008 V6 - WilliamL Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Excellent product

            The SR Performance lower real control arms were very easy to install. Moderate mechanical skills aren’t required but they definitely help. A rubber mallet and some grease are definitely helpful when it comes to getting the ends into position as everything is a little tight. But once in place everything bolts up easily. The car feels more planted and handles much better than stock. Would definitely recommend.

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          • November 25, 2018

            5 2010 V6 - MiguelD Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            MORE TRACTION

            It was a little hassle, only due to the rubber edges. But it took no less than 30 to 40 minutes to install it and you can feel the difference between stock and the sr rear lower control arms it’s was a good thing I got these

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          • November 23, 2018

            5 2005 GT - Darran Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Control arms

            They are really good for the price. They are easier to install them if you put them in the freezer for an hour or two.

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          • November 21, 2018

            1 2005 GT - DarrenC Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            These lca's are absolute garbage. I installed them in my 2007 gt about 7 months ago. I wish I never bought them. The fitment is not good at all. The poly bushings are as wide as the guide pins and get compressed in the mounts causing premature failure. Spend the extra money and buy the ford racing parts. My car squeaked groaned,popped no matter how much grease a pulled on and in them. My car developed an awful side pull under acceleration. I pulled these junkers out and threw them in the trash where they belong.

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          • October 15, 2018

            2 2008 GT - SheldonP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Rear lower control arms

            Not pleased with these at all. They are noisy when going over bumps. Nothing but issues since I installed. Can't wait to take these off my car.

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          • September 02, 2018

            5 2008 V6 - JamesB Installation Time: Afternoon

            A nice sturdy ride.

            Theses were a really good buy. The ride is nice and "tight" now. Thinking about upgrading sway links and panhard bar next.

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          • August 27, 2018

            4 2008 GT - EdgarP Installation Time: Afternoon

            SR Performance Rear Lower Control Arms

            Really like the way they were made. They felt lighter and stronger then the OEM ones. Had to install them differently than what the instructions said. Instructions said both grease zerks had to face down but I had to face one up and one down to make them fit properly or else they would have been off center. But none the less I grip harder than what I did with the stock ones and i can feel the difference.

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