Upgrade To A Lighter Front Suspension
AJE Racing has now made it easier to upgrade your front end suspension. Using the latest in manufacturing technology and the finest materials they are able to make their suspension components lighter, stronger, and more durable. By installing aftermarket brakes along with the K-member, A-arms, and struts, this front suspension can reduce your Mustang's weight by over 140 pounds. A-arms are available for street applications and drag and road racing.
Adjustable Rodend A-Arms
AJE's rodend-style A-arms reduce the front end's weight by over 16 pounds. They provide additional caster/camber and wheelbase adjustment to improve steering and suspension geometry.
Using polyurethane bushings, AJE's bushing-style tubular A-arms also reduce the front end's weight by over 16 pounds, and they improve steering and suspension movement.
Note: Installing 1979-93 A-arms on an SN-95 chassis (1994-Up) can pull the wheels in 1" and requires more camber adjustment than a factory setup can provide.
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