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Steeda Mustang Rear Shock Tower Brace (05-14)

Steeda Mustang Rear Shock Tower Brace (05-14)
Our Price $189.95
Market Price $214.95  
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Manufacturer:  Steeda Autosports

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  • Product Description
  • Installation Info
  • Mustang Fitment

What does it do?

Steeda's Rear Mustang Shock Tower Brace ties the two rear upper shock mounting points together to limit rear chassis flex making the rear suspension more effective and increasing overall chassis life.

What materials are used and how is it made?

Even though it cost us more, we believe strongly in using chrome moly steel, a stronger and lighter alternative to mild steel used in other braces.

What is the warranty?

Buy with confidence, your Steeda Mustang Rear Shock brace is backed by Steeda's LIFETIME WARRANTY.

Is this product thoroughly tested?

Absolutely! All Steeda manufactured parts are track and street tested by our staff of engineers and enthusiasts

Where is it made?

Steeda proudly manufactures our products right here, in the United States out of our Valdosta, Georgia manufacturing plant.

How does it install?

Steeda's Mustang Shock Tower Brace requires welding of the mounting brackets to the top of the strut towers. An installer experienced in welding is recommended for installation.


  • Does not fit in cars with Mach 1000 sound system
  • Does not fit convertibles

Product Benefits

  • Stiffens rear end of your Mustang
Time to Install
About 1 1/2 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Shop Tools
Model Year(s)
2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Bullitt GT V6 GT500 Boss

Manual Automatic

Product Reviews

Had it welded at a shop. Quality product. I installed the Steeda strut brace, so putting a brace in the rear only made sense. My car rides and handles a bit better now.

High quality construction. Fit & Finish is good. I got the Steeda rear shock tower brace installed and welded at a local muffler shop. You'll definitely need an impact gun to take off the flange nuts on the OEM shocks to install the brace. The brace does stiffen up the rear from chassis flex. I noticed that my 2011 Mustang GT is quieter inside the cabin going up driveways at an angle and overall ride feels "tighter" around corners because of less chassis flex.