Thanks to MRT's No Drill Hood Struts, you can finally say goodbye to that unsightly hood prop rod on your 79-14 Mustang. Unfortunately Ford gave their Pony car the out-dated technology of hood prop rods to hold open the hood. All too often you are left fumbling with it to hold your hood open. Don't even think about trying to open your hood with one hand. The gang over at MRT provided a great solution to this problem - hood struts! Installation of these struts is super easy with the help of the included brackets and hardware. Installation requires no drilling or modification. These hood struts are available for Fox Body, SN95 and S197 Mustangs. They come in both a black and carbon fiber appearance finish to help add some serious style to your engine bay. Pick yours up today to add some convenience and modern styling to your Stang!
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Mustang Hood Struts: MRT No Drill (79-14)
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Published on 2013-08-01 Tired of dealing with that annoying hood prop rod in your Fox Body, SN95, New Edge or S197 Mustang? Well the the MRT No Drill Hood Struts are for you! They are available in black and carbon fiber finish. They do not require any drilling for bolt on installation and even use the factory bolts for a quick and easy installation! Best of all the are 100% made in America product.
Say no to that ugly prop rod and pick up a set of MRT hood prop rods today from LatemodelRestoration.com
Transcript Are you tired of that unsightly hood prop rod on your Mustang? Get it out of the way with a set of our hood lift supports. These things bolt right into place, no drilling required, and can be put on in your driveway in just minutes with a couple of hand tools.
Each kit includes a set of quality lift supports, and all the brackets are matte black powder coated for long lasting good looks. Each kit is specifically designed to fit each model of Mustang, from '79 all the way to present. You can grab yours at latemodelrestoration.com.
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