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MM Coronavirus Update

We’re changing our phone hours to 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Pacific Time (Monday-Friday, excluding holidays) so we have more time to process orders and get them out to you.

Please be aware
Our supply chain is suffering major pandemic-related disruptions. Many of our suppliers shut down for a time, and like us are operating with reduced manpower. Meanwhile, demand for MM products has skyrocketed. Thank you! We’re a small company and we regret our website isn’t fancy enough to inform you of back orders when you buy something. Please understand that we’re working as fast as we can to fill your orders.

UPS Shipping Times As of March 24, UPS no longer guarantees the shipping time for any shipment. i.e., expect shipping time to lengthen.

1994-95 Mustang: Swapping to the 1996-04 Spindles

Swapping 1996-04 spindles onto a 1994-95 Mustang with a stock k-member will cause a significant bumpsteer problem: Read Warning: 1996-04 spindles & Stock pre-1996 K-members

  • Bad idea: Swapping to 1996-04 spindles while retaining the stock k-member.
  • Good idea: Swapping to 1996-04 spindles with a Maximum Motorsports K-member installation. This will reduce the stack of bumpsteer spacers on the steering arm by about 0.96", compared to the 1994-95 spindles.
  • Swapping to the 1996-04 spindle will also allow mounting the front control arms in the upper set of pivot holes on the MM K-member, which is not recommended when using 1994-95 spindles.
  • Using the upper set of control arm pivot holes on the MM K-member (2" higher than the stock pivot hole locations) allows further lowering of the car.

For more info about the various SN95 spindles:
1996-04 Spindles
1994-95 Spindles