Compare UPR’s Chrome Moly control arms to other brands and see why UPR is SIMPLY THE BEST! Chrome Moly construction means the lightest and strongest control arms on the market. Less unsprung weight means quicker response and handling.
Utilizes the latest designed urethane bushing package developed and made by Energy Suspension–another industry leader. Designed to enhance pinion angle for maximum traction and longevity. Includes zerk fittings for easy maintenance when greasing the bushings. Lifetime guarantee-unparalleled in the industry!
All of our Suspension Products are made with the Highest Quality materials and most expensive components. We spare no expense on our products and always stand behind them with our Lifetime warranty that no one else offers.
» 2 hour Installation
» Greaseable Zerk Fittings
» Tig Welded in Billet fixtures
» High Gloss Silver Powder Coated Finish
» Chrome Moly Tubing .083 Wall Thickness
» Energy Suspension Urethane Bushings with Steel Tool Pin
Installs in 2 hours with basic hand tools.
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*Will not work on IRS equipped vehicles.
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Question: Can I use my stock springs and rear sway bar?
Answer: Yes our arms have provisions for the factory rear sway bar and a spring perch that will work with factory or aftermarket springs.
Question: How can your control arms being the same as factory improve over the OEM arms?
Answer: They are the same length as factory but that's where the similarities end. The factory arm is stamped and flexes when a load is put on it and uses large rubber bushings which also flexes. Our arms are tubular so there is no flexing in the arm. The urethane bushing combined with large steel tool pin allow for less flex which means a longer bushing life and more power transferred to the ground with minimal NVH added.