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Steeda Mustang Heavy Duty Upper Strut Mounts (11-14)

Our Price $329.95
Market Price $399.95  
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Manufacturer:  Steeda Autosports

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  • Mustang Fitment

Steeda's Upper Strut Mounts for 2011+ Mustang have been tested on several popular race tracks to ensure increased suspension performance along with no increase in NVH. Manufactured from billet aluminum, billet steel, TIG-welded, nickel plated, and grade 12.9 hardware.

Comes with a fully caged 70mm diameter 7200lb capacity needle roller bearing for long life and incredible strength. Triple sealed to keep out dirt and water. Uses custom made polyurethane bushings to improve suspension compliance while keeping NVH at a minimum. Allows for +/- 1 degree of camber adjustment.

A great upgrade for anyone racing their car, running lowering springs, or wanting to rid their car of the popping sounds coming from worn factory and inferior aftermarket mounts.

Note: Does not fit model years before 2011. This kit is designed for 2011 and up Mustangs only.

Product Benefits

  • No suspension knockback caused by use of spherical bearings found in competitors mounts
  • Precision Tolerance and Fit with the Highest Grade Materials available
  • +/- 1 degree of camber adjustment

Read Steeda's blog post to learn more about the truth behind caster and camber products:

Time to Install
About 2 1/2 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Shop Tools
Model Year(s)
2014 2013 2012 2011

GT V6 Boss

Manual Automatic

Product Reviews

So far so good. I bought my lowered Mustang GT used. It was lowered 1.5" without these on my 2013 Mustang GT. The front wheels were canted. The EPAS (Electronic Power Assist Steering) did not like that and I would have to fight the synthetic feedback sometimes changing lanes. With these adjustable mounts the tires are not canted and the EPAS likes it. No more weird feedback in the steering wheel yet.

I have the Steeda springs, shocks, struts, and HD mounts and they are great quality pieces. It was a night and day difference on my car. I'm sure you'll be very happy.

Steeda even helped me out with alignment settings to ask for when taking it in for the alignment afterwards; and they were great suggestions. The car handles like it's on rails.

The quality of these mounts are unsurpassed. Easy to install and makes alignment so much easier. Don't lower your car without them.

These c/c plates are the best ever. They reuse the lower half of stock spring mount while eliminating the crappy ball bearings. This is a great setup and smooth as can be with no noise! This part is so easy to install. Its a shame it looks so nice that you cant see it when on car.

After I lowered my 2012 mustang, I immediately started experiencing popping sounds when I took turns. I looked all over the net trying to find strut mounts to correct the problem. Not an easy task for a 2012, until I found these awesome caster plates by Steeda. 100 folds better and durable than the stuck strut mounts and better than any else on the market today. I strongly recommend these if you are experiencing the same with you 2011 and up lowered mustang or if your planning to lower your stang.

I can't believe how we manufactured these are compared to the stock units. My friend has the GT500 mounts, no way they are not even adjustable. This is the way to go!!

If you are putting new springs or Springs/Struts on your 2011 and up mustang you need these. They are extremely well built, and easy to install (the difference in quality between the factory part and this part is literally shocking). They give you a little bit of Camber adjustment (more than enough to bring a reasonably lowered mustang into specs) with a nice pointer system that can be read through holes in the top of the strut tower. The ride quality is great, not harsh at all. The one issue I had with the install is that a standard impact socket will not fit down into the hole to tighten the strut nut. Easily solved by using a non-impact socket (just make sure you have one big enough before you start).