Maximum Motorsports 4 Point K-Member Brace
The front of the MM brace mounts to the bottom of the K-member. The rearward points of the brace mount at the K-Member-to-chassis mounting points.
The MM K-Member Brace's design includes a structural steel web. This splits the suspension loads. Part of the load goes into the unibody at the rearward K-member to chassis mounting points, and part goes straight across the K-member to the opposite side.
The mounting bolts for the brace attach through a structural tube. Unlike commonly used flat tabs, the suspension loads pass into the MM brace without deflecting the mounts.
**Note: 4-Point braces will not clear long-tube headers. MMKB2-2 will clear most long-tube headers.
I've installed subframe connectors along with front and rear strut tower braces already. However, this 4 point K-Member brace was the finishing touch on my 92 LX 5.0 Summer Edition convertible. I swear the car rides like a brand new car new. So much more enjoyable to drive.
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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The quality appears to be very good.
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Hard for me to completely review since I'm waiting to install. But, the quality is there and unless there is fitment problem later?, which I doubt willbe the case, I'm expecting that this product will make a positive difference in my Mustangs handling!
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.
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