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Steeda Mustang Upper Chassis Mount for 3rd Link - 11-14

Our Price $129.95
Market Price $154.95  
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Manufacturer  Steeda Autosports

555-4027
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  • Product Description
  • Installation Info
  • Mustang Fitment

Replaces the thin, stamped steel, factory chassis mount. Made from 1/4 inch thick steel. Accepts the factory 18mm chassis mount bolt found only on the 2011 and up models. Provides four adjustment holes to allow for intricate axle pinion angle and anti-squat geometry adjustment. Powdercoated for looks and corrosion resistance.

Note: Only compatible with 555-4112, 555-4116 and 555-4113 mustang control arms. Not compatible with OEM or other aftermarket upper control arms.

Product Benefits

  • Adjustable axle pinion angle and anit-squat
  • Does not require permanent modifications to car
  • TIG welded for strength
Time to Install
About 2 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Basic Tools
Install Instructions
Instructions are in PDF format. Get the free Adobe PDF Reader, here.
Model Year(s)
2014 2013 2012 2011

Model(s)
GT V6 GT500 Boss

Transmission(s)
Manual Automatic

Product Reviews

I got the upper control arm first and installed it with the factory upper mount. After some driving it definetly had a noticeable clunk while shifting. Everything was tight. Then I got this upper control arm mount and put it on and it not only 100% eliminated the clunk, it made the whole rear end of the car feel tighter and stiffer. It did not make any more noticeable noise either. Nobody makes better parts than Steeda. That's all I buy.

This bracket is much beefier than the stock one; with three adjustment points it's a no brainier. Three bolts hold it in: two above rear axel and the other under the rear seat. Be prepared to use a cheater bar for the interior, this bolt it torque to a million ft lbs. If you're thinking of getting the third member linkage you should get this bracket too, it will make it a lot easier get it all torqued to the right numbers while out of the car than when under it.