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RideTech 12099535 Steering Linkage Kit, 65-66 V8 Mustang
RideTech 12099535 Steering Linkage Kit, 65-66 V8 Mustang

RideTech 12099535 Steering Linkage Kit, 65-66 V8 Mustang

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RideTech 12099535 Steering Linkage Kit, 65-66 V8 Mustang
RideTech 12099535 Steering Linkage Kit, 65-66 V8 Mustang
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Fits 1965-1966 V8 Mustang with OE Manual Steering or most power box conversions.

Whether you're installing our air or coil suspension systems or the popular new StreetGRIP system, RideTech knows there are likely other key components under your car that are a bit out of date, too!  And now, we can be your one-stop shop for all of your suspension needs by offering these new Steering Kits!  Containing Tie Rod Ends, billet Tie Rod Adjusters, Idler arms, Center Links, Pitman arms, and more (as applicable; see photo for kit contents), these parts are built to OE sizes for a perfect fit and made to premium quality standards for great performance.  Conveniently packaged with everything you need, all in one easy-to-install kit.

Center Links - often called Drag Links - are the critical connection between the driver side and passenger side steering. Our Center Links feature the same ball joint technology that made them famous, ensuring that your vehicle retains crucial alignment settings for miles to come. These Center Links are built to strict tolerances using the latest innovations in steering technology, ensuring crisp, predictable handling.

The Idler Arm and Pitman Arm are two of the most commonly worn steering components. Poorly designed joints from the factory quickly loosen and cause excessive play in the steering. Laboratory tested and proven in the real world, these Idler and Pitman Arms feature improved design over the competition for increased longevity and durability.

We applied the same technological advancements in ball joint construction to our line of Tie Rod Ends, delivering a premium product to withstand the rigors of performance car and truck applications. The result is a more durable product that extends the lifespan and maintains the performance level of the steering system during demanding conditions.

  
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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