QA1 MU2TK Mustang Steel K-Member, Mustang, Black Powdercoated
QA1's tubular K-members are designed for weight savings, improved geometry and as a bolt-in swap for the factory K-member. Hard core racing applications only! All mounting points have been digitally indexed from new, factory K-members.
- Mild Steel DOM Tubular Construction
- Weight Savings 28 lbs.
- lighter than the factory K-members with increased strength by design
- Increased Header Clearance
- Modular Design for Versatility Spring perches are removeable for extra weight savings when using coil-over kits
- Stock or aftermarket a-arms can be used
- Improved Geometry
- Bump steer, anti-drive and Ackerman angles have been improved for maximum performance
- If the vehicle has been modified, there is a potential for tire to fender clearance issues
- This k-member will change the vehicle's stance to a performance race stance
- For best results, QA1 control arms are strongly recommended.
- Not for street use
- This product is discontinued.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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