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Looking for an inexpensive uca to attack my wheel hop problem. I'm stock ride height with SR lca's. Can I just replace the uca without the mount? Or will I get the "clunk" if I just replace the arm? I really want the hop to go away. I want inexpensive but I want it right. Any suggestions?


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You gotta do the mount.

Look into BMR they got some good stuff there.


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If you are OEM height, you have (2) very good options.

You can use the Roush UCA System, which utilizes a higher durometer bushing (it usesa bushing that is similar to the OEM diff bushing) and alters IC/AS position.

You can also use the BMR UCA and Mount, which will also feature higher durometer bushings, and also alter IC/AS position.

My recommendation is the BMR system, so you can ensure your pinion angle is proper.

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You also have an option with Steeda ... here is our unit for Mustangs that are stock height - Steeda 2011-14 Mustang Upper Control Arm - Stock Height - Made in USA 555-4099

Here is a video that we did on the Control Arms:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdsITMgsJZ0

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Of the BMR and Steeda units, which has the least nvh as I am putting in 3.73's this weekend? And is buying the mount that important? If you guys think it is, I will go with both.

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Yes the mount is important.

If you really want to know check the durometer of the bushings which will tell you what you want to know.

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Of the BMR and Steeda units, which has the least nvh as I am putting in 3.73's this weekend? And is buying the mount that important? If you guys think it is, I will go with both.
In my honest opinion, if installed properly - you won't notice a big difference among most of the offerings on the market that feature Polyurethane Bushings.

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