If you have noticed a decrease in ride quality and drastically increased tire wear, perhaps it is time to revamp and update the components of your 1967-1970 Mustang's steering system. No one wants to experience a noisy, bumpy and rough ride. Fortunately, a new idler arm assembly like this one can help eliminate those excessive vibrations you feel. This direct-fit replacement Idler Arm Assembly will help heighten your power steering's responsiveness and accuracy.
Features and Benefits:
- Restores Ride Quality
- Improves Steering Response
- Direct-Fit Replacement
- Easy, Hassle-Free Installation
- Provides Predictable Steering
The idler arm attaches at one end of the center link on the passenger side of the vehicle, while the other side of the idler arm bolts directly to the vehicle's frame rail. Typically, the idler arm is attached on the opposite side of the center link from the pitman arm and the vehicle's frame which allows it to hold the center link at the proper height. This Idler Arm Assembly will fit any 1967-1970 Mustang with power steering and comes ready to install directly in place in the stock set up with straightforward, headache-free installation. The assembly includes bushings, hardware and mounting bracket to further simplify the installation process.
Idler arms generally break down and become unstable more quickly than pitman arms because of the pivot function that is built into them. It is a good idea to replace this component of your steering system because, after years of use and stress, its integrity is likely compromised. A worn-out idler arm can lead to poor ride quality, unpleasant vibrations and unpredictable, uneven steering abilities in your Mustang.