|Material:||Mild Steel or Custom Order Chrome Moly|
|Coating:||Black Powder Coat or Custom Order Other Colors|
|Weight:||The Lightest Available at only 21 Pounds|
|Header Clearance:||2.5 Inch Additional Clearance in A-Arm Area|
|Suspension Mounts:||Factory Springs can be utilized using Optional Spring Perches|
|Works with Factory or Optional Tubular A-Arms|
|Steering Rack Mounts:||Polyurethane Bushings Supplied|
|Manual Rack can be mounted using Optional 1 Inch Drop Brackets|
|Pinto Rack can be adapted using Optional 2 Inch Drop Brackets|
|Additional Bracing:||For Increased Cornering Strength use the Optional Road Race Braces|
|Engine Mounts:||Bolt-In Adapter Mounts Available for:|
|Ford Small Blocks - 260, 289, 302 (5.0L), 351W (5.8L) and 351C|
|Ford Modular Engines - 4.6L and 5.0L Coyote|
|Ford I4 and V6 Engines - 2.3L 4 Cyl.(2300 RWD), 3.8L V6, EcoBoost 3.5L V6 and 3.7L V6|
|Chevy/GM Engines - Small Block, Big Block, LS Series and LT1|
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