The Most Advanced Mustang Front Suspension Available
The AJE Fox/SN-95 Mustang Tubular Front K-Member and Components are easy to bolt in and are designed to reduce weight, increase strength, and improve geometry. The universal engine mount system allows you to perform engine swaps previously unheard of in the 1979-1993 Ford Fox Body and 1994-2004 SN-95 Platform Cars. They are also designed to accept factory A-arms and springs (bolt-on perches sold separately) plus they improve header and oil pan clearance (2.5" in A-arm area). You can expect improved bump steer, anti-dive, and Ackerman angles for maximum performance.
The optional upgraded suspension and steering components allow further improvements that help reduce weight and improve drivability. The K-member also features black powder coating for great looks and long lasting durability. By swapping the K-member alone the weight savings is 34 pounds and if you upgrade to tubular a-arms, lightweight struts and brakes the total weight reduction can be up to 140 pounds!
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Will this fit a 2 1/4” mounting bracket, or is it sized for the 4 1/2” mounting bracket?
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