Total Control Products Front Coil Spring System with SensiSet Shocks and a 1" Drop Shaft for all 1965-1966 Mustangs.
This Total Control Products Front Coil Spring Suspension System is comprised of control arms, strut rods, SensiSet Shocks, springs, a 1” drop shaft and all the necessary mounting components. This kit will finish off the front suspension of your 1965-1966 Mustang and kick it up to the next level of performance. This kit comes with a 1” drop pivot shaft that will eliminate the need to drill new holes in the shock tower to obtain the advantages of higher camber gains that is usually required. The included grade 8 hardware secures the pivot shaft and the rod ends.
Coil Spring Suspension System TCP FCSS3D01 Includes:
- Pair of Adjustable Upper Control Arms
- Pair of TrueCenter Lower Control Arms
- Pair of VariShock SensiSet Fixed Shocks
- Pair of TrueCenter Adjustable Strut Rods
- Pair of 1” Drop Pivot Shafts
- Pair of Lowering Springs
- Pair of Spring Isolators
- Pair of Lower Spring Perches
- All Necessary, Grade 8 Mounting Hardware
This Front Coil Spring Suspension System from Total Control Products is designed to keep the tire contact patch flat on the road surface and control wheel movement without creating a harsh ride. This system will reduce body roll and pitch and help maintain precise control of the spindle position and the suspension travel arc. The high quality SensiSet Shocks are a fixed factory-valved shock designed for street performance and the occasional autocross event. The SensiSet shock was designed by Total Control Products sister company, VariShock. Instead of settling with “off-the-shelf” shocks, these shocks were custom made to Total Controls exact specifications for install height, travel, valving range and mounting configuration. These American made VariShocks are constructed from premium components where each shock performs identically, unlike other cheaper shocks.
The included Upper Control Arms are constructed from 1" x .156" wall steel tubing and feature double adjustment couplers with an adjustment range of 1". The caster can be adjusted within 6 degrees and camber can be adjusted within 5-1/2 degrees. Alloy-steel rod ends contain low friction, polymer bearing races which help eliminate deflection and the increasing resistance found with typical rubber and polyurethane bushings. A four bolt ball joint has a relocated zerk fitting for easier access and shim sets are provided for alignment purposes.
TrueCenter Lower Control Arms improve suspension geometry by precisely controlling the ball joint travel arc. The inner bushing on the control arm features a spherical bearing with high strength polymer races which create a deflection free, low friction pivot point. This bearing setup can safely handle caster settings far beyond the ability of rubber or polyurethane bushings. A threaded retaining ring and locking set screw maintain bearing preload. These control arms are also constructed from 1-1/8" x .156" wall steel tubing, which is connected to the 1-1/4" shank socket housing by an overlapping robotic spray-arc welded joint. The ball joint plates and mid-plates are made from 1/4" steel which eliminate deflection at the spindle and OEM positioned sway bar attachment points.
TrueCenter Strut Rods maintain correct suspension geometry without the increased resistance found with rubber and polyurethane bushings. Caster adjustment can be changed 3 to 4 degrees depending on the specific application. Also, up to 12 degrees of misalignment is available in any direction which allows the strut rod to rotate beyond the limits of a standard rod end. A low friction pivot center with zero deflection is achieved with the use of high strength, non-compressible polymer bearing races. The strut rod is constructed from 1" x .156" wall steel tubing with a large crimped end that is robotic spray-arc welded to a 5/16" steel control arm adapter plate with an integrated steering stop.
The Performance Series springs offer increased performance with linear spring rates and predictable handling characteristics. Linear spring rates are stiffer than progressive rate springs and provide a high performance feel. Each spring sits on a spring perch that is lower than the factory spring perch and each have rubber pivot bushings made from all new materials for a great overall performance upgrade and outcome.
With a pair of VariShock SensiSet shocks, TCP performance springs and various other suspension components, all working together in perfect harmony, you get the poor factory geometry fixed and will enjoy greatly improved ride feel and performance in your classic Mustang!
Order your Total Control Products TCP FCSS3D01 Front Coil Spring System with SensiSet Shocks and a 1" Drop Shaft for all 1965-1966 Mustangs from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Do you sell 1965 Mustang Spindles for a V8? I have a Flaming River rack and pinion steering installed and believe the RideTech kit will not work with my current setup. My spindles are showing roundout (the hole is oblong) where the tie rods connect.
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