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New! MM Technical Services: MM’s Engineering Team will provide setup recommendations specifically tailored for your Mustang. Get help choosing options for a Maximum Grip Box, deciding on coil-over spring rates, selecting a brake master cylinder, and advice on converting your Fox to Hydroboost.

New! Swapping a Coyote into a Fox Mustang? MM's Hydroboost Conversion Kits allow easy installation of a 1996-2004 Mustang Hydroboost power brake assist unit into a 1979-1993 Mustang.

New! Swapping an IRS into your Fox Mustang? MM makes it easier with a brake line kit made just for this conversion. Bolts-in, with no cutting or flaring of brake lines. Designed to fit standard IRS brake hoses.

New! MM now offers a tool for the giant nut securing a Mustang Hydroboost. This MM socket fits the 1-7/8" nut holding the Hydroboost to the firewall mount. Required when changing a Hydroboost unit.

New! MM's billet aluminum Pedal Box Spacer for Fox Mustangs. Replace the breakage-prone OEM plastic spacer when converting to manual brakes or Hydroboost.

Canadians! Please read the latest about ordering from Canada/shipping to Canada.

We've posted the parts list and link to the video of MM's Mustang in /DRIVE Tuner car Shootout

Maximum Motorsports provides a limited warranty to the original purchaser of MM Caster Camber Plates.


  • Spherical bearing failure: Defined as the inner spherical bearing ball having vertical (axial) movement of 0.005" or more, relative to the outer race.
  • Spherical bearing failure: If the inner bearing ball cannot be moved relative to the outer race, when using the strut for leverage to cause angular and rotational movement.
  • Spherical bearing installation failure: If the outer bearing race moves relative to the steel cup the bearing was pressed into.
  • Main plate bending or breaking
  • Bearing plate bending or breaking
  • MM Caster Camber Plates purchased since 1/1/2003

Not covered

  • Spherical bearing inner ball that cannot be moved (rotated or angularity changed) by hand. It is normal that leverage from the strut is required to make the inner ball to move.
  • Any spherical bearing failure if lubrication had ever been applied to it.
  • Any spherical bearing failure if a bumpstop was not properly installed.
  • Any main plate failure (bending or breakage) if a bumpstop was not properly installed.
  • Any bearing plate failure (bending or breakage) if a bumpstop was not properly installed.
  • Crossthreading, breakage, or stripping of any threaded fasteners.
  • Degradation of plating or the powdercoat finish due to age, or the application of fluids such as brake fluid or cleaners.
  • Any failure when the part has been modified.
  • Any damage caused during a vehicle crash.
  • Any consequent damage resulting from any failure of the caster camber plate.


How to submit a warranty claim?