2005-2014 Mustang J&M Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets
Improve your S197 launches and handling with the J&M relocation brackets. These bracket are designed to all adjustment for the loss in anti-squat caused from lowering your Mustang. They utilize multiple control arm mounting locations to fine tune your suspension setup for the best launches. The 3/16" billet plates and 10.9 grade hardware makes these relocation brackets extremely stiff producing less deflection than the competitors.
These relocation brackets require no additional cutting or welding for installation, making these relocation brackets completely bolt in. They maintain stock style sway bars and stock pan hard location, making these relocation brackets some of the easiest relocation brackets to install.
J&M Products has been a world leader in the design and manufacturing of automotive suspension since 1996. Their products are built in our modern production facilities, years of research and a constant commitment to innovative technologies and manufacturing methods.
J&M Products' new product development is a result of our commitment to performance products that deliver results. Each new component must pass both quality and performance evaluations prior to a manufacturing commitment.
The flexible manufacturing process provides large volume production of specialty components for your Mustang or Lightning as well as accommodating the complexities of the small run direct-fit components. Their modern factory incorporates highly precision automated methods with the capabilities of holding a tolerance of + or - .0001 inches to insure product consistency at the highest quality levels and competitive pricing.
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