Increase The Rigidity Of Your GM Vehicle
The stock, factory equipped control arms on your vehicle are designed for everyday driving at lower speeds and will not hold up under track conditions. The OE bushings used with these control arms deflect and can cause the control arms to excessively flex under hard driving, greatly reducing your vehicle's handling. BMR's Rear Control Arms are the perfect solution to these problems. Combining high density polyurethane or Delrin bushings with solid steel, greatly increases your vehicle's handling and overall track performance.
Control Arm Relocation Brackets
Relocate your control arm rear mounting points and improve your car's instant center. These bolt-on or weld-in relocation brackets allow up to 3 different height adjustments (2", 3", or 4" drop over stock) for your lower rear control arm mount. Depending on the ride height of the vehicle, the increased control arm angle provides better weight transfer and decreases 60 foot times. Unlike other traction devices, these will work with OE and aftermarket rear ends.
- Heavy Duty Anti-Deflection Bushings
- Steel Construction Helps Maintain Rigidity And Prevent Control Arm Flexing
- Adjustable And Non-Adjustable Options Are Available For Most Models
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