If you have lowered your 1994-2004 Mustang or altered the geometry through a control arm relocation kit or Steeda's X2 ball joints, then you probably have increased bump steer which needs to be corrected. Steeda's Bumpsteer Kit will allow you to correct your bumpsteer geometry without requiring you to drill or modify your Mustang's spindles. If your Mustang is still equipped with the original tie rods, this bumpsteer kit from Steeda makes for a great replacement or upgrade even you don't have excessive bumpsteer issues.
What is bumpsteer? Bumpsteer is the change of toe during suspension movement. When you turn your steering wheel you are essentially changing the toe of the wheels to turn the vehicle. Every vehicle has bumpsteer, it is just more noticeable for lowered vehicles. Excessive bumpsteer is undesirable because it introduces unwanted steering inputs causing the suspension to steer the car instead of the driver.
Features and Benefits:
- Spherical Rod-Ends with Tapered Studs
- Direct-Fit, Bolt-On Installation
- Durable, Premium Quality Construction
- Wide Range of Adjustments
- Does Not Require Spindle Modifications
Steeda's kit is designed with spherical rod-ends and tapered studs for an easy installation that requires no drilling of the spindle for fitment. The studs are made from 4140 high-grade steel for superior strength and are designed to the exact taper of the factory spindle for a simple installation. Each stud is machined to precise tolerances for an exact fit and heat treated to ensure hardness throughout the stud.
Tech Tip: CJ Pony Parts recommends Steeda's Bumpsteer kit for all 1994-2004 lowered Mustangs equipped with Steeda's ball joints and/or caster/camber plates.