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Front Upper Adjustable Control Arms
SPC Performance offers fully adjustable, rugged upper control arms to adjust your front end and meet your exact needs. These arms provide quick and easy adjustment for standard or ­lowered heights. Fine tune your handling and ­alignment while minimizing tire wear. Perfect for Pro Touring as well as track or street use. Sold as ­individual arms.

Mustang - 1st Gen 
Ford: 1964.5 - 66 Mustang; 1964 - 65 Falcon; 1964 - 65 Ranchero
Mercury: 1964 - 65 Comet; 1964 - 65 Cyclone 

94215 - single
94218 - pair
Adjustable Upper Control Arm and Caster Rod
Modernize your '64.5 to '66 Ford front suspension by installing an adjustable upper ­control arm and adjustable strut rod from SPC. SPC has built 3˚ of caster into the upper arm to improve return to center with today's radial tires.
The adjustable strut rod features low durometer OE-style bushings to protect the chassis mount and allows for easy caster adjustment, similar to later Ford vehicles. The camber curve has been optimized by building Shelby Drop geometry into the billet aluminum cross shaft. Camber can be adjusted by positioning the ball joint plate to 0°, -1°, or -2° and kit includes .25° and .50° shims for fine-tuning. Use this arm with either an OE style spring/shock or an ­aftermarket coilover kit. SPC's arm comes equipped with a stock style ball joint and all of the mounting hardware.

Mustang - 2nd Gen
Ford: 1967 - 73 Mustang; 1966 - 69 Fairlane; 1966 - 69 Falcon; 1970 - 77 Maverick; 1966 - 71 Ranchero; 1966 - 71 Torino
Mercury: 1966 - 77 Comet; 1967 - 73 Cougar; 1966 - 71 Cyclone
94210 - single
94213 - pair
Adjustable Upper Control Arm
Modernize your early Ford and Mercury front ­suspension by installing adjustable upper ­control arms from SPC. SPC has built in 3˚ of caster to improve return to center with today’s radial tires.  The camber curve has been ­optimized by utilizing “Shelby Drop” ­geometry in the billet aluminum cross shaft. The arm pivots are our maintenance-free xAxis™ Sealed Flex Joints for tight, responsive ­handling. Camber can be set to 0°, -1°, or -2° for ­superior cornering. Use this arm with either an OE style spring/shock or an aftermarket coilover kit. SPC's arm comes equipped with a stock style ball joint and all mounting hardware.

Mustang II
Ford: 1974 - 78 Mustang II
97260 - Adjustable Upper Control Arm (pair)
Use this patented design with the most adjustability and best clearance of any arm on the market to modernize the front suspension on your Mustang II custom build. SPC uses a ½” extended ball stud to improve camber curve, now adjust in some caster and a bit of camber and enjoy the drive. The fully rebuildable and greasable ball joints can also be customized for your ride with available OE length and ¼” extended studs. Sold as ­pairs.

Mustang - 1st Gen Ford: 1964.5 - 66 Mustang; 1964 - 65 Falcon; 1964 - 65 Ranchero
Mercury
: 1964 - 65 Comet; 1964 - 65 Cyclone 
Adjustable Caster Rod - 94220
If you are running modern radial tires you should not follow factory alignment ­spec­ifications for caster, SPC recommends 3˚ of caster to promote return to center ­steering. Stock strut rods on 1st generation Mustangs are non-adjustable and often have worn bushings that can cause unwanted ­movement of the lower rod assembly and poor handling. A must for early Mustangs, SPC's adjustable caster rod features low durometer OE-style bushings to protect the chassis mount from damage and has easy caster adjustment. This adjustable strut rod will provide the positive ­caster needed for improved tracking and modern geometry. If you want additional caster or want to adjust camber, check out SPC control arm kit #94215 (above).
 

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