Note: Some Mustang Cobra models and convertibles reequire the removal of the subframe connector front bracket to clear the transmission crossmember. Once the bracket has been removed, the subframe connectors will need to be welded in place.
BBK Performance Parts Gripp Subframe Connectors for Ford Mustang applications will reduce chassis flex, improve road handling, increase drag racing firmness and add overall performance. Subframe connectors work by tying the front and rear frame rails together as one for increased strength and stability. Increasing chassis regidity also delivers a more safe and responsive vehicle in both street and racing-type conditions. BBK Gripp subframe connectors are full-length, constructed of box steel and can be bolted or welded in place. Each subframe connector comes with a durable powder coated finish for lasting use and appearance.
- Ties front and rear frame rails together
- Reduces chassis flex and increases stability
- Improves road handling, drag racing firmness and overall performance
- Bolt or weld in place
- Durable powder coat finish
Note: Some Cobra models and convertibles require removal of the front bracket on the subframe connector for transmission crossmember clearance.
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