TCP Front Frame Clip – Street Machine Coilover Suspension System – 1964-1970 Mustang – Full Length Weld-In Clip

TCP Front Frame Clip – Street Machine Coilover Suspension System – 1964-1970 Mustang – Full Length Weld-In Clip

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Weld-in Transmission Crossmember

+ $189.00

Steel Motor Mounts

+ $189.00
+ $198.00
+ $229.00
+ $229.00
+ $239.00
+ $319.00
+ $229.00
+ $189.00
+ $169.00

Coilovers

+ $50.00
+ $250.00
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Description

1964-1966 Mustang and 1966-1970 Mustang
TCP Front Full Length Weld-In Frame Clip – G-Machine Coilover Suspension System

TCP Front Full Length Weld-In Frame Clip – Street Machine Coilover Suspension System

This TCP front suspension system includes:
– TCP Weld-On Full-Subframe Clip for Tubular Anti-Roll Bar with shock tower delete panels
– Street Machine A-arms with black powdercoat
– Sculpted Spindles with black powdercoat
– OEM style tie rod ends
– Power Rack & Pinion with black finish
– 1″ tubular swaybar with billet mounts
– Varishock SS factory set coilovers with 500 lb/in. springs

The Total Control Products front subframe clip is a direct-fit, high-performance suspension solution designed for 1964-1970 Mustangs, featuring a factory-welded subframe with g-Machine double A-arm, rack-and-pinion crossmember. The system deletes the original shock towers opening up the engine bay to accept bolt-in installation of all popular early- or late-model engines including Ford Coyote and Chevy LS-Series. With the broadest selection of supporting suspension, steering, and brake components, the TCP frame clip system is the most highly configurable system available. Custom-tailored performance and price levels that fit the needs of your project.

Options include:
Steel Motor Mounts available for most modern V-8’s – add $169.00-$319.00
Weld-in Transmission crossmember – add $189.00
Upgrade to QS1 single adjustable coilovers – add $50.00
Upgrade to QS2 double adjustable coilovers – add $250.00

Additional information

Choose Mustang Year Range

1964 – 1966, 1967 – 1970