Get the Suspension that's Right for You
If you've been suffering from poor ride quality, then you may want to check out your shock absorbers. Shocks and struts are an important part of your Mustang's suspension system, and replacing them when they get worn out is crucial to preserving your classic Mustang. You may also want to consider the quality of your coil springs and leaf springs. The Mustang's four-leaf rear suspension can be instantly improved with a five-leaf system upgrade. Likewise, the coil springs can be replaced for a stiffer feel. Some enthusiasts even opt to replace their spring and strut with coilovers.
Other upgrades work on reducing the effect of body roll. If you've ever come around a corner and felt a lack of stability, then you know how dangerous excessive body roll can be. Fortunately, with a beefier sway bar or subframe connectors, you can give your Mustang a sturdier feel for added stability.
If you love the look of a lowered Mustang, then lowering springs, coilovers, or an air ride suspension can help you lower your Mustang safely. With a lower center of gravity, you'll notice an improvement in handling.
Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.