Reduce chassis flex and increase the handling capabilities of your 1979-2004 Mustang with tubular, weld-on subframe connectors from BMR Suspension. The Fox chassis flexes dramatically, even with mild amounts of torque and horsepower. BMR?s subframe connectors are manufactured from heavy-duty 1 5/8-inch steel tubing with laser-cut CNC-formed 3/16-inch steel plates. This adds loads of strength in all the right places. These weld-on subframe connectors are engineered to considerably strengthen the chassis and reinforce the rear suspension. The SFC024s connect the front subframe and rear subframe, linking the front and rear of the chassis together.
|Coated Finish||Black Hammertone Powdercoat|
|Connector Finish||Black Hammertone Powdercoat|
|Quantity||Sold as a Pair|
Whether you are interested in street performance, hardcore drag racing, or handling applications, BMR Suspension has the products that you need. Proudly made in the U.S.A. in a manufacturing facility near Tampa, Florida, American workers cut, bend, notch, drill, and mill components from American-made DOM and chrome-moly steel. Then, every product is fixture-welded to maintain consistent quality. Workers bead-blast parts and then powdercoat them using BMR's in-house powdercoating line. Finished parts are then assembled and packaged in the assembly department. By manufacturing every product in house, BMR can control the quality at every stage of the manufacturing process.
Enhanced suspension products like shocks and springs play a critical role in creating a balanced high performance vehicle. Whether you want to attack the apex or mob the Moab, we have you covered with everything from coilover upgrades to high-rise lift kits. From faster cornering to more balanced stopping and acceleration, upgrading your stock suspension components will bring improvements you can feel for any street, track, or off-road build.
Based in California with 3 warehouses across the country, we’re sending out shipments everyday of the week, even Saturdays. Because your next mod shouldn’t have to wait.