fast1992lx said:I'd go straight for an MM kit and ignore the Steeda and UPR knockoff junk.
Its maybe the fact that Steeda has some bad business practices and other people's products some how end up being copied and then having a Steeda decal slapped on it. Thats what has made me go to MM, they have great tech help, incredibly detailed instructions and an overall better package of parts. That are matched to work together.92MNstanger said:Sorry, I just get sick of hearing " Maximum Motorsports and Griggs!! Nothing else is worth your time!!"
I installed a set of MM 3/4" offset fox length arms on my 87 lx. I still have the C/C plates maxed on caster, and am currently still using fox spindles.Jack Hidley said:If you have a k-member with relocated control arm pivots, you really need a bumpsteer kit or you'll have a very darty unpredictable car. If you significantly increase the caster your car has, you should probably get a bumpsteer kit. If you install SN95 spindles on a Fox Mustang, you should probably get a bumpsteer kit. If you purchase a bumpsteer kit and don't bumpsteer your car, you've pretty much wasted your money.
The tapered stud kits work fine on cars with stock k-members. If your car has the control arm pickup points raised 1" or more, you need to get the bolt through bumpsteer kit that requires drilling out the steering arm on the spindle. The tapered stud style won't have enough upward adjustment range.