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Old 05-26-2012, 12:55 AM   #1
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These parts came with my Mustang when I purchased it.. The guy told me they are Rear Adjustable Control Arms.. Is that accurate? I have no use for them so I was gonna sell them about how much do you think I could get for them? Possibly could u tell me what brand? Preciate all the help friend!
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Old 05-26-2012, 07:02 AM   #2
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They look like adjustable stabilizer bar links for the Cobra IRS?
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I think they are relocatated upper control arms for an SN95. They are a 1/4 mile racing part and thought they are either TeamZ, PA Racing or Baseline, but don't see them on any of their websites.

As for value.....? They are in the area of $150~$200 brand new, so would not expect to get much from them in a sale.

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Here upper control arms with spherical bushings to install on the ears of the rear end. Standard location.
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I guess they relocate to the inside of the mount on the axle?
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I guess they relocate to the inside of the mount on the axle?
they arent relocating. The bushings are just tossed onto the bolts so they dont get lost
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Yea those are standard location arms the just just has the bushings attached so he dont loose em, u press out the factor rubber/steel collar bushings out of the ears above the pumpkin and those new sherical busings press in.
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Thers the stock bushigs and a set of sphericals, jazzer im suprised u didnt pick up what they were right away.
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those are actually offset lower control arms in that picture without sway bar mounts ,they are offset on one side but not relocated, why he has the ear end bushins bolted woith the lowers instead of uppers who knows, probably planned on usig stock uppers woth spherocal
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