The front swaybar is attached to a bracket which is spot-welded to the chassis on 1979-1993 Mustangs. The stress of competition use often breaks these spot-welds. MM has developed this kit to reinforce the factory swaybar mount and prevent it from tearing off of the chassis. Welding is required for installation.
I removed all my carpeting and bought these along with full-length subframe connectors and upper and lower torque box reinforcements. I took my car to one of the best body shops in southern California (they are one of only three shops authorized by Jaguar to weld aluminum in so-cal area) to have the work done, and they spent a good amount of time trying to figure out how to weld them in. They ended up calling me and saying something along the lines of the engine needing to be removed for these to be welded. Now I find that statement a little hard to believe, but I think the person relaying the information wasn't using the proper terminology. I think the k-member needs to be moved, or some other major component of the front suspension, and that is why they called to check with me first, because it would have been extremely labor-intensive. Of course, I turned down the repair, but I feel LMR should contact Maximum Motorsports and find out exactly what is required when welding these in, and put it in the product description so future buyers know what they will be in store for. The product looked good, but I'm giving the product one star because I have a $25 paperweight at this point in time. Latemodel Restoration was quick to ship and everything was good on their end.
Maximum Motorsports is well respected as a leading developer of suspension systems and performance parts for your Mustang or Lightning. Established in 1992, the team at MM has spent countless hours researching and developing the highest quality suspension components for 1979-Present Mustangs and 1993-Present SVT Lightnings. Maximum Motorsports has strived to produce lightweight, direct replacement suspension parts to get your vehicle handling, launching, and cornering better than ever. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for performance panhard bars, k-members, subframe connectors, steering racks, caster/camber plates. chassis braces, control arms, roll bars, wheel spacers, and other tubular suspension parts.
Well i picked this car up for only $500 bucks. Yep that's right $500. It has the DIS 2.3 with and automatic. It was really beat up cosmetically when I got her. The plan is to make it a v8 manual car s...