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BMR A-arms, Lower, Non-adjustable, Poly/Delrin, 19mm Tall Ball Joint 10-14

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$529.95
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AA025
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BMR A-arms, Lower, Non-adjustable, Poly/Delrin, 19mm Tall Ball Joint 10-14

Correct the suspension geometry on your lowered S197 Mustang with a set of Handling A-arms from BMR Suspension. Based on our well proven traditional A-arm design, these Handling A-arms feature ¾” taller ball joints to raise the roll center height on lowered vehicles for improved handling. The BMR Handling A-arms are constructed from heavy duty 1.25” DOM tubing and feature laser cut double-gusseted reinforcement plates. The non-adjustable A-arms (AA025) include a combination of low-deflection, internally-fluted, polyurethane bushings and fluted, greasable, Delrin bushings. The result is a high quality tubular A-arm that minimizes bushing deflection, reduces unsprung weight by up to 11 pounds, and improves handling by reducing body roll. Installation time is only 3 hours. Available in black hammertone or red powdercoat.

Provides additional camber adjustment over OE arms Lower weight than OE Heavy Duty QA1 XR series rod ends with stainless spacers Greasable rear Delrin bushings OE-sourced high quality ball joints already installed Works on OE or BMR Tubular K-members

Application: 2010-2013


Attention 2010 Mustang Customers :
According to representatives from Ford Motor Company, all 2010 Mustangs built before August 2009 have 18 millimeter ball joints on the front lower A-arms. If your 2010 Mustang was built before August 2009, you need to purchase BMR A-arms for a 2005-2009 Mustang (AA010, AA019, AA023, or AA024).
There should be a manufacturing decal on the driver side door jamb of your Mustang. The date on the upper left hand corner is the build date.
All 2011-2012 have 19 millimeter ball joints on the front lower A-arms. All 2005-2009 Mustangs have 18 millimeter ball joints on the front lower A-arms.
If you are uncertain of the build date for your Mustang, please measure the ball joint stud diameter before ordering your BMR front lower A-arms. If you have any questions, please call BMR Suspension directly and we will help you select the correct A-arms.

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