Maier FMUAA30500 X-Brace Frame Crossmember, 1964-70 Mustang Convertible
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.
For convertible applications it ties the center of the convertible seat torque boxes to the outer four corners of the chassis with a unique triangulated design. Using the four outer torque boxes combined with the center torque boxes gives unsurpassed strength.
X-Brace Frame Crossmember by Mike Maier, Inc. Fits 1964-70 Mustang Convertibles.
- 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
- Multi Torque Box Mount Design
- Powder coated finish for Durability
Requires Mike Maier subframe connectors 92632929.
- This product is discontinued.
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