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Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang

Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang

64-73 Ford Mustang

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Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
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Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
Maier FMUAA30100 Shock Tower Brace, 1964-73 Mustang
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MOD shock tower brace is simple in design yet very effective. Triangulating the shock towers to the firewall with rigid mounts give unsurpassed strength compared to other brands. We believe stiffening components should have solid junctions rather than pivots. The brace mounts to the existing bolt patterns on both the shock towers and firewall, no drilling required.

Fitsr 1964-73 Ford Mustangs.

  • TIG Welded
  • Slotted Firewall Pads for Chassis Variations
  • Slotted Shock Tower Pads for Variations in Towers
  • 1" Diameter Tubing for Maximum Strength While Leaving Room for Engine Components

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