Mustang Prothane Offset Steering Rack Bushings
Prothane designed these offset steering rack bushings for 1985-2004 Mustangs that are using lowering springs. These polyurethane offset rack bushings help correct the steering geometry and prevent any binding that may be caused from lowering the vehicle. We recommend replacing your 1985-2004 Mustang's steering rack bushings with Prothane offset urethane rack bushings when installing a new rack and pinion or lowering your Mustang.
High Quality Construction
Constructed using polyurethane, these offset steering rack bushings are firm enough to control movement, and maintain alignment in steering rack components, without the harshness or resonance associated with solid metal suspension bushings. Polyurethane is also stronger than rubber, for a much longer lifespan than factory rubber bushings.
-Fits 1985-2004 Mustang
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Published on 2017-10-18 Offset Design. If you have a lowered 1985 to 2004 Mustang, a set of offset polyurethane bushings will raise your steering rack to correct your front suspension geometry and reduce bumpsteer.
Improves Handling. By reducing steering rack deflection, polyurethane bushings deliver quicker, crisper steering response and better control over your Mustang for better overall handling.
Polyurethane Construction. Unlike your worn-out factory rubber bushings which create a "sloppy" feel, polyurethane bushings will tighten up your steering column so your handling feels sharper and more exact.
Lifted or lowered suspensions, increases in horsepower, plus-size wheels and tires can subject traditional rubber suspension bushings to forces beyond their limits. Control arms, strut arms, leaf springs, body mounts, motor mounts, transmission mounts, sway bars and shocks all control movement and maintain alignment but the rubber bushings they use are designed for more "middle of the road" use. Rubber also deteriorates over time, further reducing control. This contributes to premature component failure, a "spongy" ride and less than ideal performance handling. Urethane bushings can correct these conditions, and improve drivability in your Mustang or Ford Lightning.