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F150 Control Arm

F150 Control Arm

Our products use high-quality rubber with better oxidation resistance. It can not be denatured and broken at low temperature and high temperature.


  • Compatibility: Our control arm is suitable for 2004-2022 F150.
  • Material advantages: It has better compression resistance, will not break, and has better stability and reinforced structure.
  • Strong oxidation resistance: It will not deform or break under low and high temperatures.
  • Safe and smooth: The ball joint provides rotational movement between the steering joint and the control arm.

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        At loosoo, we take pride in being at the forefront of the automotive aftermarket industry. Our extensive selection of premium auto parts and accessories, combined with our unwavering commitment to customer service, ensures that we provide our customers with the highest quality products and solutions to meet their needs.

        F150 Control Arm

        Safer Driving

        The abnormal driving noise is solved, the chassis noise is handled, and the steering wheel is easier to control.


        Durable Material

        MOSTPLUS control arm is made of high-quality materials, metal rigid materials, and high-quality rubber sleeves, which are more stable and durable.



        Products are packaged in reliable corrugated paper before shipping to prevent shipping damage.

        FAQs of Control Arm

        Control Arm Replacement Cost

        All things considered,based on these numbers, one is likely to spend an average of $300-$800 to have their vehicle’s control arms replaced as a pair.

        Should Control Arms Be Replaced In Pairs?

        Replacing vehicle control arms in pairs is generally considered to be a sound practice, for a number of reasons.

        How often do control arms need to be replaced?

        Generally, the average lifespan of a new set of control arms is between 60,000 and 100,000 kilometers under normal driving conditions.

        How do I know if my control arms need replacing?

        1.Vibrations or shaking

        2.Uneven tire wear

        3.Clunking or knocking noises

        4.Poor handling and steering response


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