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1964-1966 Mustang (Dynacorn) Adjustable Strut Rod # ASR-10

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1964-1966 Mustang (Dynacorn) Adjustable Strut Rod # ASR-10
Global West has designed an adjustable strut rod for 1964, 1965, and 1966 Mustangs that have a narrower frame mount located at the clevis area. This is because it is a reproduction item. The stock rubber bushing will still fit but our performance Global West unit will not. If you run into this condition using our standard ASR-4 kit, exchanging it for this unit will resolve the fitment issue. It is advisable to check the inside dimension of the frame box if it has been replaced to see if it is standard width or not before ordering. What are Strut Rods Strut rods, technically called brake reaction strut rods, attach to the lower control arm and control the tire motion fore and aft in the fender well. Standard bushings deflect during acceleration and braking allowing the tire to no longer remain consistent in the fender well. This movement slightly changes the wheelbase; front-end alignment is directly affected and the cars stability suffers. Stiffer strut rod bushings are one way of reducing the fore and aft movement; however, bushings that are too stiff can cause the strut rod to break. Global West recommends using high-density rubber bushings over other materials which allow the strut rod to pivot with minimal fore and aft deflection. A more positive approach to the problem is to install a Global West adjustable strut rod assembly. The unit comes with a clevis, a spherical rod end, adjuster, and attachment rod to the lower arm. The stock rubber bushing and strut rod is eliminated. Installation is simple, remove the factory rod and bushings and slide the new assembly up into the mount on the chassis and tighten down the clevis and rod to the lower control arm. There is no welding or frame modifications required. You will have to align the front end after installation. The strut rods are black powder coated and adjusters are Zinc plated. Note: 1964, 1965, 1966 Mustangs and up through 1965 Falcon and Rancheros do not have adjustable rods. Installing adjustable strut rods helps dialing in the front-end alignment. For more information, watch the video below.

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1964, 1965, 1966 Mustang Dynacorn Adjustable Strut Rod Global West Suspension
1964, 1965, 1966 Mustang Dynacorn Adjustable Strut Rod Global West SuspensionClevis used for attaching the strut rod to the uni-body frame mount.
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Global West has designed an adjustable strut rod for 1964, 1965, and 1966 Mustangs that have a narrower frame mount located at the clevis area. This is because it is a reproduction item. The stock rubber bushing will still fit but our performance Global West unit will not. If you run into this condition using our standard ASR-4 kit, exchanging it for this unit will resolve the fitment issue. It is advisable to check the inside dimension of the frame box if it has been replaced to see if it is standard width or not before ordering.

What are Strut Rods

Strut rods, technically called brake reaction strut rods, attach to the lower control arm and control the tire motion fore and aft in the fender well. Standard bushings deflect during acceleration and braking allowing the tire to no longer remain consistent in the fender well. This movement slightly changes the wheelbase; front-end alignment is directly affected and the cars stability suffers. Stiffer strut rod bushings are one way of reducing the fore and aft movement; however, bushings that are too stiff can cause the strut rod to break.

Global West recommends using high-density rubber bushings over other materials which allow the strut rod to pivot with minimal fore and aft deflection. A more positive approach to the problem is to install a Global West adjustable strut rod assembly. The unit comes with a clevis, a spherical rod end, adjuster, and attachment rod to the lower arm. The stock rubber bushing and strut rod is eliminated.

Installation is simple, remove the factory rod and bushings and slide the new assembly up into the mount on the chassis and tighten down the clevis and rod to the lower control arm. There is no welding or frame modifications required. You will have to align the front end after installation. The strut rods are black powder coated and adjusters are Zinc plated.

Note: 1964, 1965, 1966 Mustangs and up through 1965 Falcon and Rancheros do not have adjustable rods. Installing adjustable strut rods helps dialing in the front-end alignment.

For more information, watch the video below.

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Global West has designed an adjustable strut rod for 1964, 1965, and 1966 Mustangs that have a narrower frame mount located at the clevis area. This is because it is a reproduction item. The stock rubber bushing will still fit but our performance Global West unit will not. If you run into this condition using our standard ASR-4 kit, exchanging it for this unit will resolve the fitment issue. It is advisable to check the inside dimension of the frame box if it has been replaced to see if it is standard width or not before ordering.

What are Strut Rods

Strut rods, technically called brake reaction strut rods, attach to the lower control arm and control the tire motion fore and aft in the fender well. Standard bushings deflect during acceleration and braking allowing the tire to no longer remain consistent in the fender well. This movement slightly changes the wheelbase; front-end alignment is directly affected and the cars stability suffers. Stiffer strut rod bushings are one way of reducing the fore and aft movement; however, bushings that are too stiff can cause the strut rod to break.

Global West recommends using high-density rubber bushings over other materials which allow the strut rod to pivot with minimal fore and aft deflection. A more positive approach to the problem is to install a Global West adjustable strut rod assembly. The unit comes with a clevis, a spherical rod end, adjuster, and attachment rod to the lower arm. The stock rubber bushing and strut rod is eliminated.

Installation is simple, remove the factory rod and bushings and slide the new assembly up into the mount on the chassis and tighten down the clevis and rod to the lower control arm. There is no welding or frame modifications required. You will have to align the front end after installation. The strut rods are black powder coated and adjusters are Zinc plated.

Note: 1964, 1965, 1966 Mustangs and up through 1965 Falcon and Rancheros do not have adjustable rods. Installing adjustable strut rods helps dialing in the front-end alignment.

For more information, watch the video below.

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