Rod & Custom Motorsports Rack and Pinion/Disc Brake Conversion Kit with a Tubular A-Arm System and Coilover Kit for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with a Push Rod V8 Engine and Power Steering.
If your 1965-1973 Mustang has Power Steering and a Push Rod V8 Engine and you are looking to take its performance to a whole new level, don't hesitate on picking up this Rod & Custom Motorsports Rack and Pinion/Disc Brake Conversion Kit with a Tubular A-Arm System and Coilover Kit.
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!
- Shock Tower Replacement Panels
- Motor Mounts
- Coilovers with Springs
- Spanner Wrench
- Upper and Lower Tubular Control Arms with Urethane Bushings
- Power 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 (Drop Spindles Available)
- Bearings and Seals
This is Rod & Custom's most popular system! It features 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!
- Year of Mustang
- Engine Size
When you purchase this conversion, you'll be required to provide the year of your classic Mustang as well as its engine size. You'll be able to decide whether you want 2" drop spindles or not. This option will lower your Mustang two full inches over your original height. You'll also need to decide what type of brake you want desire with this conversion. Choose from a kit with plain brake rotors, rotors that are slotted and drilled and a Wilwood brake kit. The Wilwood Dynalite kit features 11" drilled and slotted two-piece vented rotors, as well as forged four piston black aluminum calipers. The Wilwood calipers will let you use smaller diameter wheels on your vintage Pony.
Wheel and Tire Fitment Notes:
- For optimum tire clearance CJ Pony Parts strongly recommends no wider than a 7” wheel
- A 7” wide wheel will need to have 4” to 4-1/2” of backspacing
- An 8” wide wheel is possible, but must have custom backspacing
- All 15”, 16” and 17” wheels are acceptable and recommended
- Some 14” wheels will fit with this kit, however most will not
*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.
Warning: This Rod and Custom Front Suspension kit will not work with 14" or 15" 1965-1967 Styled Steel Wheels. The hub portion of the rotor will not fit within the wheel.
Please Note: All components come with a black or bare-steel finish. The picture shows red components for display purposes only.
Tech Tips: Please check the diagram in the installation instructions for 15" wheel fitment. CJ Pony Parts also uses Fox Body Long Tube Headers when installing this kit on 1965-1973 Mustangs with a 289, 302 or 351W engine.
So hurry up and order this Rod & Custom Motorsports Rack and Pinion/Disc Brake Conversion Kit with a Tubular A-Arm System and Coilover Kit for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973 Mustang with a Push Rod V8 Engine and Power Steering from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Can you do rod and custom rack for right hand drive 66 mustang and send to Australia
Right hand drive?
I would like a Rod and Custom front end in my 64 1/2 Mustang Convertible. Do you or can you do the mods at your business or do you recommend anyone that can. If so what would be the price on the installation?
Can i put this in 1968 torino
My '66 Mustang power stearing pump has just gone out. can you explain to me how electric steering compares to hyd power steering? does it handle differently to the point it effects the performance? is electric steering compatible with your suspension upgr
I have installed the set in my 65. Which is the rear sump oil pan for a 289? Secondly the steering column is now too long and there is no possibility to fix it properly under the Hood or Dashboard. which parts will solve that?
Do these fit in a maverick?
What kind of brake calipers come with the kit?
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The owner of this '67 convertible has big plans for its restoration, including a late model power plant and plenty of modern necessities. The Rod & Custom front suspension was an excellent starting point. The heart of the Rod & Custom kit is this cross member here; it's going to weld to your factory frame rails by boxing them in on both sides. It includes your choice of motor mounts. For pretty much any engine you can think of, they make mounts that fit. Also includes a rack-and-pinion steering system located in the proper location to avoid bump steer, as well as everything needed to hook it up to your column.
Here we can get a better look at the rack-and-pinion assembly that's included in the Rod & Custom kit. You can see how straight the tie rod ends are making bump steer a non-issue. The kit is available in both manual or power steering; it's a same rack used on a Fox Body Mustang, making it very easy to service. All of our Rod & Custom kits are going to come with this five lug disc brake setup, including braided steel lines; it comes with tubular upper and lower control arms, the brackets for the included three quarter inch sway bar, and your choice of conventional or coil over fully adjustable shocks. If you're looking for a well-engineered front suspension plus the ability to run pretty much any engine combination you'd like take a look at our line of Rod & Custom Motorsports suspension kits.