Speedway Mustang II Front Suspension Tubular Strut Rod Kit
- For use on cars with Mustang II front suspension
- Heavy duty, lightweight tubular strut rod replacement that is much cleaner in appearance than original
- Weld-on steel plate frame mounting brackets and gusset are included
- Added strength for superior handling
For use on cars with Mustang II front suspension. Heavy duty, lightweight tubular strut rod replacement that is much cleaner in appearance than original. Weld-on steel plate frame mounting brackets and gusset are included.
910-34322 Instructions (pdf)
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