Hotchkis Sport Suspension 4017 Sub Frame Connectors for the 1965-70 Mustangs are designed to add rigidity to the chassis to improve vehicle performance by reducing chassis flex. Fabricated from 1 in. x 2 ft. x .095 wall rectangular steel for maximum ground clearance these TIG welded connectors are powder coated gloss black. Installation of these connectors does not require modifications or cutting of the floorboards but does require welding. Hotchkis Subframe Connectors are a must-have finishing touch for any high-performance application.
Hotchkis Sport Suspension
Hotchkis Subframe Connectors and K-Member Braces are designed to maximize ground clearance and add rigidity to the chassis improving vehicle performance by reducing chassis flexion. These fabricated steel suspension components also reduce T-top and dash rattles.
- Black Powdercoat Finish
- Long Lasting High Strength Steel
- Easy Installation Process
- Increased Handling and Performance
- Subframe Connectors are MIG Welded
- K-Member Braces are TIG Welded
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