Maier FMUAA30400 X-Brace Frame Crossmember, 1964-70 Mustang Hardtop
64-70 Ford Mustang, Center Position, X-Brace Crossmember Type, Tubular Crossmember Style
The MOD X-brace is yet another component that helps to bring your classic Mustang up to par with more current chassis designs. Adding the MOD X-brace helps to keep the chassis from torsional twisting. Those of you who are looking for all you can get from your Mustang should definitely add this to the list.
X-Brace Frame Crossmember by Mike Maier. Fits 1964-70 Mustang Hardtops.
- Oversized 1-1/2" Diameter Tubing
- Slotted Mounting Tabs for Chassis Variation
- Weld in Mounting Tabs Which Allow for the X-brace to be Removed for Vehicle Maintinance
- Robust Triangulated Design
- Powder coated finish for Durability
Requires Mike Maier subframe connectors 92632928 (shown in secondary picture, sold separately).
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