Steeda's Chrome Moly alloy steel rear lower trailing arms directly replace the stamped steel OE parts. These lightweight yet super strong 4130 chrome moly alloy arms reduce un-sprung weight, eliminate wheel hop, and are twice as strong as competitors basic mild steel arms.
Steeda was first to market with trailing arms and had them on the shelves even before the S197 Mustang was released thanks to our exclusive technology transfer program with Ford Motor Company. Steeda was the first to incorporate the proper design rear offset for the rear lower trailing arms.
Don't be fooled by other companies claiming to be first with this offset, yet they had their arms on the market months, if not years after we released ours! Steeda's exclusive bushing package also ensures smooth, quiet operation combined with performance. No increase in NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) like competitors arms. Don't settle for anything less than Steeda original innovation. Place your order today!
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.
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