Included parts will produce a cross member and upper “coil over” shock perch for 1974-78 Mustang II front suspension components or aftermarket replacement Mustang II parts including tubular A-Arms. Uses 11.5″-12″ (at ride height) traditional eye/eye mount style “coil over” shocks. Designed for 1/2″ bearing mounted coil overs. Kit lowers most cars around 2″ vs. a stock M2 cross member. You can add drop spindles to further lower the vehicle. US made billet coil over shocks to fit this kit available!
The visible lines are laser-cut bending slits in the plate. These slits allow precision hand forming. In some cases a hand wrench will provide better grip on a small tab. To complete the kit all you need are a ruler, square, level, a few clamps and a welder. Detailed assembly instructions available.
Steering rack mounts are incorporated into the crossmembers design and rotate the rack back 20° to expose the input shaft lower. OEM manual or power racks including late model Mustang II or T-Bird power racks can be used. The later power rack will require the Power Rack Spacer and longer bolts available below. The rack is positioned so the bellows will clear most aftermarket full A-Arms (FAB Quest, Total Cost Involved, Fatman, etc).
The upper shock perch’s create “anti-dive” geometry .
The holes for the lower control arms are 1/2″ (stock). If you will use lower ‘A’-arms instead of the stock lower track bar arms, the lower pivot holes will need to be drilled out to 5/8″.
Detailed installation instructions show how to set up the front end at the ride height you desire. Rack extenders or Ford Fairmont tie rod ends must be used on 58″ and 60″ kits. Actual track width will vary depending on the brake configuration. Crossmember & upper towers are made from US produced 3/16″ mild steel.
Welded option does not include the upper bracket as you will need to cut your “notch to fit” upper bracket before bending it along the laser cuts.
Beautiful US hand made M-II coil over a-arms available! Narrowed or stock width.
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