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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.

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Swaybar End Link Kit, 1994-2004, lowered 1-3/4" or more
Actual product may differ from photo.

$19.95

  • Item # 19-408-BL
  • Manufacturer: Prothane
 

 

Front Swaybar End Link Kit, 1994-04 Mustang - lowered 1-3/4" or more, 4-1/4" Overall Length

  • Replace the original weak front swaybar end links, which are prone to bending and breaking, with these end links made with 3/8" diameter, grade 8 bolts. Each end link set includes new washers and urethane bushings-everything needed to connect the front swaybar to the control arm.
  • The loads between the control arm and the swaybar pass through the end link, pushing and pulling on it. To reduce bending loads on the end link, the loads must be acting along the length of the end link. The further away from vertical the end link is, the greater the bending loads on it. When lowering a car, the swaybar rotates, pointing the ends of the swaybar arms upwards, and tilting the end links away from vertical. Moderate lowering does not tilt the end link enough to cause a significant problem, but dramatic lowering does. Installing a shorter end link rotates the swaybar so that the swaybar arms no longer point upwards.
  • Shorter end links should also be used with the MM K-member because the raised control arm pivots of the MM K-member reduce the distance between the swaybar and the control arm. A stock length end link will rotate the swaybar and point the ends of the swaybar arms upwards, increasing the bending load on the end link.