How To Jack Up Your 2015-2020 MustangLast Updated February 5, 2020 | Chris Cervenka
When it comes to picking out your favorite Mustang parts here at CJ’s, the other side of it is installing them. How many times have you watched our CJ installation videos and heard Bill say the words, “for this installation, you can use a lift or a jack and jack stands?” If you’re new to the S550 and are unsure of where to place your jack stands - you’re not alone! Watch this video and learn a step-by-step on how to properly jack your 2015-2017 Mustang off the ground.
We really dig the look of these CJ Pony Parts springs on our 2015 GT. The lowered look screams, “modern,” while the raked look screams “old school muscle car.” Best of all, with the Maximum Motorsport Caster Camber Plates installed, we’ll be able to get our alignment dialed in perfectly. Installation is a little more involved than those Mustang owners who may be used to doing lowering spring swaps on solid rear axle cars, but definitely do-able for the do-it-yourselfer.
Ford did a great job on the the all-new S550 Mustang with its global debut to the European, Chinese and Australian markets. From the switch to an independent rear suspension to an almost complete exterior and interior transformation, the 2015 Mustang is surely a contender to many European cars out there. Now America’s pony car can run in a straight line and take a turn. Make the looks of your 2015-2017 Mustang even more aggressive by adding a hood from any of our great vendors right here at CJ’s!
Although the majority of the 2018 Mustang looks similar to its 2015-2017 Mustang older brother, there are many notable subtle changes that are worth pointing out. Aside from the obvious changes like the optional MagneRide Damping System and revised front fascia, there are many small touches like the heated steering wheel, matching interior trim and revised/improved transmission and engine options.
Winter is here -- do you know what kind of tires are on your car? Do you have a set of all-season tires that should carry you through the cold months, or do you really need to invest in a set of winter tires? We’ve broken down the difference between the three types of tires to help you decide which type of tires you should install on your vehicle for the upcoming cold months.