Supreme Front Steering and Suspension Kit Power Steering 1968-1969

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Supreme Front Steering and Suspension Kit Power Steering 1968-1969
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Product Description

Supreme Front Steering and Suspension Kit for 1968-1969 Mustangs with Power Steering.

We offer the most complete front steering and suspension kit for you Mustang. Replace all those worn out rusty parts with this kit featuring direct replacement parts. Your Mustang will feel like a brand new car after the installation of our kit.

Kit Includes:
- Two upper control arms
- Two lower control arms
- Two shock tower bumpers
- Two coil spring saddles
- Two coil spring insulators
- Two coil springs
- Front sway bar with bushings
- Two front sway bar end links
- Two inner tie rods
- Two outer tie rods
- Two tie rod sleeves
- Idler arm
- Strut rod bushing kit

*Will NOT fit Boss or big block applications.

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Product Questions

The lower control arms have no greese fittings like the originals. The rubber doesn't feel like there is grease inside. How do I greese them? 

Asked by: Stark
The ball joints do have grease in them, the ball joints are maintenance free like the ball joints on a modern car.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-10

can the coil springs on this kit be exchanged for ones that would lower it 1"?

Asked by: 69red
Give us a call Toll Free: 1-800-888-6473 and somebody may be able to get you situated.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-12-15

I have a 1968 Mustang coupe, 289 bored out to a 302, automatic,  A/C, front disk brakes upgraded. I want to replace my front suspension, would the Supreme Front Steering & suspension kit fit without any modifications? If not which kit should I get?

Asked by: Stark
This kit would be perfect for you.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-12-08

I'm looking at your supreme front steering kit for 68 and 69 power steering cars . Do those part have polyurethane or rubber bushings and do the upper control arms have greese fittings in them.Mark

Asked by: roundman
They are direct replacement parts, so they use rubber. The control arms have grease fittings.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2016-03-18
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Supreme Front Steering and Suspension Kit Power Steering 1968-1969 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: We're here with our Supreme Suspension and Steering Kit for '65 thorough '66 V8 Mustangs with manual steering. We offer similar kits for all '65 through '73 Mustangs, covering six-cylinder small block, big block, as well as manual and power steering options. Our kits include everything to replace the wear parts in your steering and suspension, including coil springs, coil spring insulators, upper control arms, inner and outer tie rods, lower control arms, coil spring saddles, idler arm, strut rod bushing kit, shock tower bumpers, and a one inch sway bar kit, complete with bushings and end links.

This '65 Mustang being restored by CJ Pony Service has our steering and suspension kit already installed. We put it up on the rotisserie to give you a better idea of where the components go.

The coil spring insulator goes between the top of your coil spring and the top of the shock tower. The saddle attaches the spring to your upper control arm. The upper is attached to the chassis and then attached to your lower control arm via your spindle. Your strut rod is going to go from your lower control arm out to your strut rod bracket with the bushing mounted on the end piece here. Your sway bar attaches to your lower control arm and then also attaches to your chassis.

The kit includes greasable outer and inner tie rod ends, as well as a new idler arm assembly. Our steering and suspension kit is a great way freshen your warn out suspension. With the exception of the spindle, the strut rod, this tie rod end sleeve, your center link, and your pitman arm, everything else is included. With the exception of the spindle, all of the other pieces are available separately if needed.