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Mustang 1971, 1972, and 1973 Adjustable strut rod Part # ASR-13 (Sold as a Pair)


1967-1973 Mustang Suspension Components
Mustang 1971, 1972, and 1973 Adjustable strut rod Part # ASR-13 (Sold as a Pair)
Adjustable strut rods on Ford Mustangs was introduced by Ford Motor Company on 1967 models. Mustangs 1971, 1972, and 1973 models are no different. The adjustable strut rods Global West are the best remedy for controlling the front suspension during braking and cornering. They are designed to be used in all applications, street, drag racing, autocross, and road racing. The strut rods bolt directly in without modifying the car. This component will improve straight-line stability, in addition to brake and steering response. The Global West Advantage: Strut Rods The strut rod, also called brake reaction strut rod, attaches at the front cross member under the radiator and extend back to the lower control arm. The strut supports the lower arm from moving fore or aft during acceleration or braking. The factory uses a rubber bushing to attach the strut rod to the cross member. The strut rod also performs an alignment function; it adjust caster. Caster provides straight-line stability and is used for improving corner entry. Caster is also contributes to a self-aligning action after the car comes out of a turn. If the bushings go bad, the car will wander, dart during braking, and cause the toe to change (thus creating more tire wear). Global West Suspension offers improvements for the factory strut rod, either by improving the rubber bushing (not polyurethane) Part # SRB-5 or with a performance adjustable rod and clevis assembly.
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Mustang adjustable strut rods for 1971, 1972, and 1973 applications from Global West Suspension.
Mustang adjustable strut rods for 1971, 1972, and 1973 applications from Global West Suspension.Mustang 1971, 1972, and 1973 Adjustable strut rod Part # ASR-13 (Sold as a Pair)
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Adjustable strut rods on Ford Mustangs was introduced by Ford Motor Company on 1967 models. Mustangs 1971, 1972, and 1973 models are no different.

The adjustable strut rods Global West are the best remedy for controlling the front suspension during braking and cornering. They are designed to be used in all applications, street, drag racing, autocross, and road racing. The strut rods bolt directly in without modifying the car. This component will improve straight-line stability, in addition to brake and steering response.

The Global West Advantage: Strut Rods

The strut rod, also called brake reaction strut rod, attaches at the front cross member under the radiator and extend back to the lower control arm. The strut supports the lower arm from moving fore or aft during acceleration or braking. The factory uses a rubber bushing to attach the strut rod to the cross member.

The strut rod also performs an alignment function; it adjust caster. Caster provides straight-line stability and is used for improving corner entry. Caster is also contributes to a self-aligning action after the car comes out of a turn. If the bushings go bad, the car will wander, dart during braking, and cause the toe to change (thus creating more tire wear).

Global West Suspension offers improvements for the factory strut rod, either by improving the rubber bushing (not polyurethane) Part # SRB-5 or with a performance adjustable rod and clevis assembly.
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Mustang 1971, 1972, and 1973 Adjustable strut rod Part # ASR-13 (Sold as a Pair)
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Adjustable strut rods on Ford Mustangs was introduced by Ford Motor Company on 1967 models. Mustangs 1971, 1972, and 1973 models are no different.

The adjustable strut rods Global West are the best remedy for controlling the front suspension during braking and cornering. They are designed to be used in all applications, street, drag racing, autocross, and road racing. The strut rods bolt directly in without modifying the car. This component will improve straight-line stability, in addition to brake and steering response.

The Global West Advantage: Strut Rods

The strut rod, also called brake reaction strut rod, attaches at the front cross member under the radiator and extend back to the lower control arm. The strut supports the lower arm from moving fore or aft during acceleration or braking. The factory uses a rubber bushing to attach the strut rod to the cross member.

The strut rod also performs an alignment function; it adjust caster. Caster provides straight-line stability and is used for improving corner entry. Caster is also contributes to a self-aligning action after the car comes out of a turn. If the bushings go bad, the car will wander, dart during braking, and cause the toe to change (thus creating more tire wear).

Global West Suspension offers improvements for the factory strut rod, either by improving the rubber bushing (not polyurethane) Part # SRB-5 or with a performance adjustable rod and clevis assembly.
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