BMR Suspension Tubular K-Member for 1979-1995 Ford Mustang [Black]
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1979-1995 Ford Mustang
BMR KM731H Features:
- Direct bolt-on replacement
- Entire K-member only weighs 20-pounds, making it (28 lbs.) lighter than the original equipment (OE) unit
- Reduces front-end weight, improving weight transfer
- Utilizes coil-over struts and spring shock style
- Works with all BMR A-arms
- Compatible with both factory and aftermarket motor mounts
- Retains stock engine height
- Main crossbar is constructed from (1.500 in.) drawn-over mandrel (DOM) Steel with (3/16 in.) steel plate
- Incorporates SN95 steering geometry
Note: Factory A-arms are compatible when used in conjunction with BMR CSS730 upper coil spring seat (sold separately)
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