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Reduces Wheel Hop
Made In The U.S.A.
Heavy Duty Spherical Bushings
Machined Bearing Cups
What's in the Box
(1) Spherical Bushing Set
(1) CNC Machined Spacers
BMR Mustang Lower Control Arm Spherical Bushings
BMR has created the 2015-2017 Mustang lower control arm spherical bushings to help provide a more performance oriented driving experience in your Mustang. These bushings help to eliminate the wheel hop that is normally associated with the IRS in the S550 Mustang.
Featuring 1 inch spherical bushings and machined bearing caps, these bearings will get rid of the soft rubber bushings that are installed from the factory. The soft rubber on the stock bushings produce excessive lower control arm movement under hard acceleration or spirited driving around corners. The BMR solid bushings will eliminate almost all movement providing reduced wheel hop, and increased handling stability.
Increased noise, vibration and harness (NVH) might be experienced by installation of this product. Ask a customer care representative for more information.
I had these installed along with the FRPP knuckle-to-toe bushings, and Boomba vertical links -- now everything connected to the knuckles are firm, and the hub geometry articulates properly. Having left the stock cradle and differential bushings in place, I haven't been able to perceive and NVH increase. Handling has improved, and wheelhop has been reduced.
BMR fabrication is one of the top manufactures of Mustang suspension components that both improve performance and increase traction. With a full line of control arms, panhard bars, shock tower braces, k-members, anti-roll bar kits, and drive shaft safety loops, you can have your muscle car handling better than ever. All BMR components are engineered to fit with precision, hold up to the extreme demands of racing, and give you the edge over your competition!
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