best lower control arm for 2004 mustang v6?

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wmburns

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The cheap stock one.

What's wrong with your factory originals? What are you doing with the car that you feel the need to upgrade?

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fatal1tywulf

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owner before me has tokico blue struts upfront. and koni orange in the back. the koni's are very rusty and the orange peeling. rear of car is very low sagging. I'm assuming the rear shocks are very weak... tired? I may just go with koni all four corners. right now car is slamming bumbs. will do a spring change in the future also. I just want something that will handle every day driving along with spirited driving and handle corners well.
 

RaggedGT

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I know MM makes good stuff . But I honestly have no experience with there springs-last set I bought where Ford Racing springs-I liked them lol:shrug:
I know a few guys around here are very happy with all the MM stuff they have upgraded to......But, If it’s just a driver car, I probably wouldn’t go to crazy on suspension mods-you would be amazed what a fresh set of shocks/struts and bushings will do for ride/drive quality
 

fatal1tywulf

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im looking into the ford c springs right now I fit 4 fingers between the front tire and fender and 2 fingers for the rear. it does have over 200,000 miles on it