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New Product: Ridetech TruTurn Steering System for the 1964-1966 Ford Mustang

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Ridetech 1964-1966 Ford Mustang TruTurn Steering System

Ridetech has announced that their TruTurn steering system is now available for the 1964-1966 Ford Mustang. Included in the package are new lower and upper control arms, spindles, steering arms and steering linkage, and Ridetech says that this combination of redesigned parts improves suspension geometry, eliminates bumpsteer and provides clearance for larger wheels and tires. No modifications need to be made to the subframe for the steering package to be installed, and the mounts for the shocks and sway bar as well as the steering stops are built in, eliminating the need for fabrication.

Ridetech 1964-1966 Mustang TruTurn Steering System Features:

  • StrongArm tubular lower control arms [incorporating an adjustable spherical bearing]
  • StrongArm tubular upper control arm [incorporating a dropped crosshaft to improve camber gain]
  • RideTech spindles, steering arms, and geometry corrected steering linkage
  • Compatible with OEM manual and power steering, AND with the Borgenson power steering conversion box
  • Compatible with GM A body brake systems
  • Allows the use of a 17×8 or 18×8 wheel with a 5.5 backspace and a 245mm wide tire

Package Includes:

  1. Spindles – taller overall to improve the camber gain
  2. Steering Arms – designed to eliminate bumpsteer, improve
    ackerman angle, AND allow clearance for up to a 8″ wide wheel with a 5.5″ backspacing.
  3. Draglink bracket – bolts onto your oem draglink to relocate the inner tierod end to minimize bumpsteer
  4. Tie Rod Assemblies – integrates with your new steering arms and centerlink to provide a true “no fab” bolt on steering system.
  5. StrongArms – incorporates an adjustable spherical bearing for stability, and dropped cross shaft to improve bumpsteer

[Source: Ridetech]

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