AJE Suspension Tubular K-Member for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.
Modernize the front suspension on your classic Mustang with AJE Suspension's tubular K-member! This heavy-duty tubular K-member from AJE Suspension is the perfect choice when you are looking to stiffen-up the front end or install a fresh new engine into your 1965-1970 Mustang.
AJE Suspension's tubular K-member is a complete bolt-in assembly and allows for a wide variety of engine installation options when used with a Fox Body Mustang rack-and-pinion, Fox Body or SN-95 Mustang spindles, and AJE Suspension motor mounts. This tubular K-member from AJE Suspension must use AJE's Coilover Kit, Lower Control Arms and Caster Camber Plates for a proper installation. Everything from small block V8 and modular Ford engines to even brand-x, perfect for custom builds.
AJE Tubular K-Member Features:
- Includes All Necessary Mounting Hardware
- Power Steering Rack Bushings
- Motor Mount Bushings with Mounting Bolts
- Weld-on Sleeves for Mounting the K-member to the Chassis
- Light-Weight Design
- Heavy-Duty Mild-Steel Construction
- Black Powder Coated Finish
*When you install this AJE Tubular K-Member a Rear Sump Oil Pan and Rear Sump Pickup Tube is required.
Please Note: Cutting the original motor mounts and lower control arm mounts is necessary to install this tubular K-member into any 1965-1970 Mustang.
Tech Tip: For added clearance, notching or cutting the sides of the shock towers is recommended when installing a big block engine with the AJE tubular K-member.
AJE Suspension is well known for its late-model Mustang tubular-replacement engine cradles or K-members and other suspension upgrades. For years, the company's products have been used successfully in drag racing and other street performance scenarios. Now you can have the same premium quality hardware as your late-model Mustang friends with AJE's new tubular K-member.
Order an AJE Suspension Tubular K-Member for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Will this fit a ford maverick
I'm trying to figure out if I have to deff use the 69 mustang AJE coil over kit for my 69 or can a fox or sn95 style be made to work?
That's not at all what I asked. I understand you have to use those parts. I'm asking about the UPPER control arms that are on my car from the factory. do I just throw those away? And are there any factory components of the suspension that are kept?
I have 64 falcon ranchero will this work with modifying
In using in a 1970 Mustang with a 351 Cleveland 4 Barrel can off-the-shelf headers for this car be used or must you switch to Fox body style or shorties.... this is the biggest thing holding me back from purchasing their suspension kit
69 Mustang coupe, would this completely get rid of the factory upper control arms? Also, are there any other factory front end components that would need to be kept, such as the sway bar?
I like it but will fit a1979 f-100 truck to a 1973 f-100
I'm looking into this k member for my 67 mustang coyote swap that require coyote motor mounts along with the lower control arms from AJE but as far as the coilovers go I am doing a ridetech Bolton air ride suspension. Will this k member work?
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You will have to cut off your original lower control arm mounts, but after that the AJE k-member is a direct bolt-in. It's a lot of options for you allowing you to use late-model suspension and steering, as wheel as motor mounts for any motor, including small block, big block, modular, or brand x engines.
This k-member changes the suspension geometry of your '65 through '70 Mustang to something more along the lines of what the '79 through 2004 Mustang use. When using this k-member you can actually use a fox body steering rack, and when using Anthony Jones a-arms it allows you to use spindles off of a fox or SN95, giving you a lot of suspension as well as wheel and tire fitment options.
Once you have your engine out, what you'll do is you'll remove this section down here, the factory motor mount section as well as the factory lower control arm mount. Once you do so, lift this right up into place and it will bolt below your frame rail, give you a new motor mount location as well as a new steering rack.
The AJE k-member will have to be used with their control arms along with their motor mounts for proper installation on your '65 through '70 Mustang, and it's a great way to modernize your suspension.