- Effectively Improves Handling
- Corrects Modified Suspension Geometry
- Computer-Machined Billet Aluminum Construction
- Fitted With Only The Highest Quality Heim Joints
- Durable Graphite-Colored Anodized Finish
- Simple Installation, No Modifications Needed
- Fits All 1979-93 Mustangs
- Sold As A Complete Kit
- Made In The USA
If you have recently lowered your Mustang or altered the geometry through a control arm relocation kit or upgraded your ball joints, then you have increased bump steer which needs to be corrected. BBK's Bump Steer Kit has a wide adjustment range for bump steer correction and features spherical rod ends and tapered spindle studs for a hassle-free installation. Manufactured from computer-machined billet aluminum and fitted with only the highest quality Heim joints. A durable graphite-colored anodized finish provides the ultimate in long-lasting protection. Proudly made in the USA! For all of your Fox-body Mustang performance and restoration needs, you can always count on MAC's.
About Bump Steer:
Bump steer is a change in toe angle caused by the suspension moving up or down. Bump steer is built into the geometry of the Mustang suspension and Mustang steering system, and occurs independent from any steering wheel input. The effect of bump steer is for the wheel to toe-in or toe-out when the suspension moves up or down. This toe change or "steering" occurs any time the suspension moves, whether it is from body roll, brake-dive, or hitting a bump in the road. Excessive bump steer that occurs from lowering or altering suspension geometry is undesirable because the suspension is giving you unwanted steering inputs from the excessive toe changes.