Need to reduce wheel hop and improve traction? The Steeda adjustable upper 3rd link for 2005-2010 S197 Mustangs gives you the ability to set your pinion angle and eliminate the torque deflection associated with the factory piece. This upper 3rd link uses our track proven three piece bushing package on the axle end to help reduce axle wind up, wheel hop, and allow proper articulation without deflection for improved handling and cornering stability. Steeda's three piece bushing package will not increase NVH (noise, vibration, and harshness) keeping the factory's quiet, smooth operation unlike competitor's pieces. Direct replacement for the factory original bolting into the original factory location. Our 3rd link is a double adjustable design allowing you to make adjustments without removing the arm from the vehicle.
This spacer is designed to fix the problem with the OEM upper link. At the attachment point for the upper link to the chassis mount Ford uses a 14mm bolt, but the opening in the mount is 16mm. This is not typically a problem with the OEM mount as it uses a soft hydra mount bushing to soften this. But once an aftermarket upper is installed with a urethane bushing can transmit this noise or clunk. This space can be installed with all aftermarket upper that still use a 14mm bolt. The stepped spacer takes up the slop and eliminates all noise from the upper. Note, it does work with aftermarket chassis mounts with smaller then 16mm bolt holes.
Steeda - Everything Mustang
Latemodel Restoration Supply is proud to offer Steeda products for your Mustang. Steeda Autosports is the #1 aftermarket company in Ford performance with performance Mustang, Focus & Fusion parts. With over 25 years under their belt, they are still one of the #1 aftermarket Mustang parts manufacturer in the industry. Their extensive research and development has produced top notch, high quality parts that get your Mustang performing, handling, and looking better. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get Steeda clutch cables, sport lowering springs, Tri-ax shifters, x2 ball joints, control arms, cold air intakes, sway bars, bumpsteer kits, coilovers, and a variety of other performance parts.
I was 17 years old when my father bought this loaded oxford White T-Top Mustang GT in 1987 He and my mother drove it for about 6 years accumulating 32,000 miles before putting it in the garage and bar...