If your Mustang is a classic or getting on in years, parts of its suspension probably need replacing. The wheel hub is a vital component for steering and control. Connecting the drive axle, brake assembly, and wheel, these components are often replaced during a brake overhaul. These direct-fit replacements will bolt right on, making installation simple.
While many vintage Mustang owners will find themselves replacing hubs as part of a project, modern Mustangs can benefit from them too. Upgraded, more robust hubs will give you an edge with a lowered vehicle, especially if you take it to the track.
The wheel’s spindle is what connects to the car’s control arms. Your Mustang’s front upper control arms, front lower control arms, and rear control arms are what link the wheels to the suspension. If you’re replacing any of these parts, it makes sense to check your spindles and hubs as well. A worn spindle will worsen handling, making your vehicle less safe to drive.