does anyone have this kit ...


New Member
Jan 8, 2007
Connecticut ... I want to replace all the bushiings, isolators and end links when i lower the car .. If anyone has this kit how did it work ... or if you dont have it does this kit sound like over kill (too many parts) ??? andd about how much to install everything?? any estimateS?? If anyone else knows a smarter route to take im open to all suggestions! Thanks everyone!!
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New Member
Sep 6, 2006
Deland, Florida
What would be better??

The stock rubber bushings (You could always buy new arms). This is only for the rear UCA i'm talking about. They are only 74$.

Here is Maximum's blurb on this:

These Ford rear upper control arms are direct replacements for the 1979-2004 Mustang (non-IRS) control arms. They will restore performance lost to old and deteriorating rubber bushings. These control arms have the stiffest rubber bushings available, and are much stiffer than what came originally on the Fox chassis Mustangs. Although Ford Racing Performance Parts claims their bushings to be "twice as stiff" as stock, our testing has shown that while they are much stiffer than Fox chassis bushings, they are identical to the 1994-04 bushings.

We performed extensive testing of rear upper control arm bushing materials during the development of our Panhard Bar. When retaining the original four-link suspension, the best compromise between resistance to suspension bind, best control of axle position, best ride quality, and least potential damage to the chassis, is to retain rubber bushings in the rear upper control arms. This is especially important when adding a Panhard Bar. The compliance of a rubber-bushed upper control arm is required when a Panhard bar is added to the Mustang four-link suspension.

When installed on a 1979-93 Mustang, these control arms, with their stiffer rubber bushings, help limit axle wind-up and side-to-side motion, but will not damage your Mustang's upper torque boxes as a standard urethane-bushed upper control arm would.


Founding Member
Aug 3, 2001
Canyon Country, Ca
Rear control arms are best aftermarket, unless you actually intend to weld and box up those stock arms.

Get a good lower arm, and just get the motorsport, OR I used the Steeda Ford rear uppers, They are the same they just come boxed from Steeda, and goldcad painted. Good looking and great grip.

The lowers I would recommend getting the 3 part urethane availiable. They come from Maximum Motorsports, Steeda, and a few others. They offer the best bang without binding your rear suspension.