Mustang Rod & Custom Rack and Pinion/Disc Brake Conversion Kit With Coilover/Tubular A-Arm System and Plain Brake Rotors Manual Steering V8 1965-1973
Part Number: RC-107-MS
Rod & Custom Motorsports Rack And Pinion/Disc Brake Conversion Kit with a Coilover/Tubular A-Arm System and Plain Brake Rotors for all 1965-1973 V8 Mustangs with Manual Steering.
Rod & Custom Motorsports understands quality verses affordability. That's why all of Rod & Custom's kits are designed with top grade steel, intense quality control procedures and manufactured with the buyers needs in consideration. With Rod & Custom, you can be confident in knowing you have purchased and installed the highest quality, best fitting, most affordable Rack & Pinion Independent Front Suspension on the market today!
This is Rod & Custom's most popular system! A true coilover system that allows ride height adjustability. While other kits adjust the height by simply screwing the shocks up or down, Rod & Custom uses their “Unique Slide” design that allows the kit to operate through the full range of motion without loss of travel. By using one of these kits you will gain an extra 7" of engine clearance on each side!
- Shock Tower Replacement Panels
- Motor Mounts
- Coilovers with Springs
- Spanner Wrench
- Upper and Lower Tubular Control Arms with Urethane Bushings
- Manual Steering Rack and Pinion
- Rack Ends and Bushings
- Steering Shaft Kit
- Steering Column Modification Kit
- 11" Front Disc Brake Kit (with plain or slotted/drilled rotors)
- Stainless Steel Flex Front Brake Lines
- 1" Front Sway Bar Kit
- Spindles with Nut Kit
- Bearings and Seals
- Year of Mustang
- Engine Size
*Available for V8 engines ONLY, Rod & Custom Motorsports does not have motor mounts for the inline 6-cylinder engines.
*A rear sump oil pan is required with this kit.
Please Note: All components come with a black or bare-steel finish. The picture shows red components for display purposes only.
Tech Tip: CJ Pony Service uses Fox Body Long Tube Headers when installing this kit on 1965-1973 Mustangs with a 289, 302 or 351W engine.