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Competition Engineering 4010

Competition Engineering Torque Link 1979-93 Ford Mustang

247-4010

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$63.99
Competition Engineering Torque Link 1979-93 Ford Mustang $63.99
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Torque Link
  • 1979-93 Ford Mustang
  • 1979-93 Mercury Capri
  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Welding Required
    No
    Hardware Included
    Yes
    Torque Limiter Finish
    Zinc plated
    Torque Limiter Material
    Steel
    Torque Limiter Type
    Detachable
    Shipping Weight:
    1.70
    Package Height:
    9.300
    Package Width:
    6.800
    Package Depth:
    1.500
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    C4010

    Removable Torque Link

    Competition Engineering Torque Link controls engine movement due to excessive torque in your 1979-93 Ford Mustang or Mercury Capri. This piece provides all the benefits of a solid motor mount for racing. And for the drive home, simply pull the clips, remove the pins, and enjoy a smooth ride.




    Features
  • Easily Removable
  • Zinc Plated Brackets
  • Hardware and Instructions Included

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