Speedway Mustang II Coil Spring Ride Height Adjuster Kit
- Adjust final ride height up to 2"
- Fine tune your Mustang II installation
- Trimming and drilling of towers required
Our Speedway Mustang II Ride Height Adjusters are the perfect addition to any Mustang II front suspension system. These adjusters are easily installed in a few short hours and are designed for any level of DIY mechanic skill - so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of more suspension adjustability!
These adjusters allow for an additional 1.5" of precision ride height adjustment by modifying your upper spring hat on your Mustang II crossmember. Install is as easy as cutting a hole in the top of the upper spring hat and bolting these adjusters in place.
This system can be used with traditional springs and shocks or can be used in addition to the benefits and adjustability of a true coil over shock setup! These adjusters are designed to prevent you from running out of shock length when making crucial suspension ride height adjustments.
- Adjust final ride height up to 1.5"
- Fine tune your Mustang II front suspension
- Works with 3-1/2" I.D. coil springs
- Shock mounts inside the adjuster
- Trimming and drilling of towers is required
- Cut a 3-3/8" I.D. hole in your upper spring bucket to install this adjuster
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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