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Performance Control Arms

Control arms locate the wheels in relation to the body and allow them to move within a designed range in response to the road and suspension. They may pivot on bushings at both ends, like rear suspension control arms, or they may have a ball joint at one end, to enable a front suspension knuckle/spindle to rotate. Your factory control arms are fine for everyday use, but not for performance driving with larger tires and other suspension mods.

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Factory control arms don’t have the strength to withstand horsepower increases and aggressive driving. Your OE arms also may not have the clearance you need for wider wheels and tires, or allow the alignment angle adjustments needed when ride height is significantly altered, like on lowered cars or lifted trucks. Our performance control arms can handle the power, prevent tire rubbing, and provide the alignment angles you need for optimal handling.

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Performance Control Arms the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Hotchkis, Ksport, Skunk2, Spec-D, ReadyLIFT, Agency Power, Whiteline, Daystar, Tuff Country, ALTA Performance, Skyjacker, Pro Comp, Rock Krawler, Energy Suspension, BBK, Lakewood, Firestone Suspensions, Addictive Desert Designs, aFe the Performance Control Arms we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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Many vehicles like muscle cars with live rear axles have stamped steel U-section rear control arms that can bend and distort when a lot of horsepower is put to a set of big, sticky tires. We have box section rear control arms that are much stronger, so the axle stays in its designed position and doesn’t deflect. You get traction and all that power gets to the ground. These control arms usually come with firm, durable polyurethane bushings installed, and some are adjustable, so dimensions like pinion angle can be dialed in.

OE front suspension upper and lower A-arms, especially the stamped steel variety, can reveal their weaknesses when cars are road raced or 4WD trucks are lifted and driven aggressively off-road. These control arms can flex under severe duty use, resulting in poor handling and steering control, and can ultimately fail, leaving you with a DNF or stranded out on the trail. We can offer you strong but lightweight tubular control arms, many constructed from stout 4130 chrome moly that is TIG welded and powder coated for durability. Most come with ball joints and performance polyurethane bushings installed.

Besides inadequate strength, many OE control arms are simply the wrong shape for racing and performance use. Racing and performance driving require wider wheels and tires for traction, and these may not fit without rubbing and clearance issues. Such wheels and tires require different suspension alignment angles for precise handling and control, and stock control arms may not have the range of adjustment necessary. Our performance control arms provide the clearance you need, with geometry that provides for proper caster and camber and improved stability and steering response.

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Control Arms Reviews
Average rating: 4.5 4.7 - 118 reviews
2006 Ford Crown Victoria | Posted by Larry | (Nevada, TX)

I had ordered others that were lessor quality, and neither would fit, and they were both for the same side. These guys got the both to me in a few days, and fit perfectly.

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