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Steeda Single Driveshaft Safety Loop (05-14)

Steeda Single Driveshaft Safety Loop (05-14)
Our Price $199.95
Market Price $249.95  
You save $50.00 (20%)
200 points

Manufacturer:  Steeda Autosports

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  • Product Description
  • Installation Info
  • Mustang Fitment

If you're running full drag slicks, you need Steeda's new Driveshaft Safety Loop. This NHRA compliant safety device keeps the driveshaft from digging into the ground and reduces the chance of cockpit entry in the event of a driveshaft breakage.

The rear support of the twin rail design makes it stronger than the cantilever design of the competition. Because it installs onto existing hardware, there's no need to drill holes in the floorpan or remove your interior. It'll clear a 4" driveshaft and works with both 1 and 2-piece driveshafts. Best of all, the 2-piece loops mean you don't have to drop your driveshaft to install it.

Product Benefits

  • Dropping driveshaft not required.
  • Stronger than the competition
  • Mounts to existing hardware, no drilling required
Time to Install
About 1 Hour
Level of Difficulty
Tools Needed
Basic Tools
Model Year(s)
2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

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Product Reviews

By far the best driveshaft loop in both build quality and fitment! Installed on my 11' GT in under an hour and it fit like a glove. The BMR single loop I had for the rear rubbed my driveshaft and left a mark (would have required shims). This one didn't require anything extra and does it's job and fits 1000% better than the BMR one did. If you're in the market for one of these please do not hesitate in buying this one, you'll be glad you did!

I installed the Steeda driveshaft loop on my lowered 2012 Mustang. It fit perfectly. It is the only setup that I found that works with a aftermarket drive shaft and a lowered car.
Thx Steeda.

This is a very high quality made driveshaft safety loop. The directions wasn't right for my 2011 V-6 Mustang with a automatic transmission. The back 4 bolt holes lined up perfect but the directions said the front 2 large bolt holes were to be mounted to the transmission cross member. It doesn't. The front larger holes did line up with two threaded holes the same size as the bolts used in the transmission cross member. I had to go to my local parts store and buy 2 bolts and washers 3/4 of an inch shorter than the bolts used in the transmission cross member. After doing this, everything tightened down and fit perfect.