MM News

New! MM Starter Box for S550 Mustangs. Includes Koni dampers, MM Caster Camber Plates, choice of Eibach or H&R springs, and Eibach swaybars.

New! Koni struts and shocks are now available for S550 Mustangs. Koni's renowned Sport series single-adjustable dampers will greatly improve the handling your 2015+ Mustang.

New! MM Engine Support Beam for 2005-2014 Mustangs holds your engine up while swapping k-members. Ideal for installing the Mm5KM-7 k-member, or any k-member. Install headers much more easily by removing your k-member.

New! Now in stock are springs for the 2015 Mustang from Eibach and H&R.

New! MM now offers an adjustable front swaybar for SN95 Mustangs. Currently in stock and ready to ship.

New! Second-generation MM shocks are now available, with 4 different valvings in stock. These shocks are loaded with new features to improve performance. Along with the new shocks are 2 new coil-over kits, and a new Racing Upper Shock Mount.

New! Read the new MM&FF install article about our new 2015 Mustang Caster Camber plates. More product information about the Mm6CC-10 kit can be found here.

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$14.97

  • Item # MMT-8
  • Manufacturer: Maximum Motorsports
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This MM tool is invaluable when installing lowering springs on the front of your Mustang. This tool bolts to the front control arm, and guides the bottom coil of the spring into its proper position on the control arm as it is swung into place with a floor jack. The tool is then easily dismounted from the control arm and removed through the access hole in the arm. The often-frustrating task of spring installation is made quick and easy with this Maximum Motorsports tool.

Watch the video-- Click on the video tab above to see this tool in use.

Notes

  • For aftermarket springs only.
  • Works with stock front control arms of 1979-2004 Mustang, 1993-2004 Cobra, and 1983-1988 Thunderbird.
  • Will NOT work with 1984-1986 SVO Mustang front control arms.
  • Will NOT install stock Mustang springs because of their long free length. An internal spring compressor is required to install stock springs.