CPP 6570SFC-B 1964-70 Ford Mustang Subframe Connectors
65-70 Ford Mustang
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Made of round tubing with 1.5" od x .120 wall, these connectors resist torsional twist better than other manufacturer's square tube versions and also provide for maximum ground clearance. The connectors are 100% bolt-in and include all mounting hardware. Subframe connectors provide resistance to chassis flex and therefore increase the integrity and rigidity of the chassis and are a must for any performance application. Self-lubricating plastic D-type bushings (same as used in our control arms) provide smooth, quite, and squeak-free shackles, with no side to side movement like you'd have with standard urethane or rubber bushings. These pivot on 1-inch steel sleeves that are 100% tight with Grade 8 nuts and bolts, which do not pivot on bolt threads like many other kits do.
- Black in color
- Fits 1965-70 Ford Mustang
- sold as a kit
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