The Ford Mustang has the most extensive aftermarket parts offerings of any mass-produced vehicle ever made. With a huge bounty of parts available, it can be easy to get lost in all of the options out there, especially for the rear suspension. Team Z Motorsports clears up some of the confusion and does a complete breakdown in this video of what lower control arm options it has for the 1979-1993 and 1994-2004 Mustangs.

There are so many possibilities for a Mustang project car from the classic street cruiser all the way to a wild drag car, and each of them require a different rear suspension. To ensure every Mustang owner has what they need to make their dream car a reality, Team Z designed an all-encompassing line of lower control arms that addresses virtually every kind of build you can think of.

Team Z made sure its control arms would be as strong as possible by using 1 3/8-inch 4130 chromoly stock for each set. A 4130 chromoly heim joint with a Kevlar/nylon rase is used that has an impressive 36,000-pound pullout load rating on the different control arms. The control arms are available in a double-adjustable configuration so you can set the pinion angle, thrust angle, or center the wheel in the wheelwell as needed. Team Z Motorsports also offers its control arms with optional spring perches and sway bar mounts if you need them.

Check out this video where Dave Zimmerman explains all the features of the control arms. You can also learn more about these parts right here on the Team Z Motorsports website.