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  1. Baer 05-2012 Mustang Tracker Adjustable Tie Rod Ends

    Baer 05-2012 Mustang Tracker Adjustable Tie Rod Ends

    Understanding Bump Steer:

    Lowering a vehicle or altering its caster and/or camber can lead to unsafe driving conditions, commonly called "bump steer." Simple maneuvers, such as hard braking, cornering or traveling over road-surface irregularities, can cause the vehicle to dart in an unexpected direction.

    Baer Trackers solve this problem! The pin-height-adjustable tie rods allow compensation for ride height and suspension geometry changes, enabling a more optimal range of articulation between the tie rod and the steering arm. Steering geometry is optimized and bump steer is eradicated.

    (To adjust the tie rod height, simply move the steel spacers from one side of the spherical bearings.)

    Baer Tracker Features:
    * Hardened chrome-moly pins
    * Teflon-lined chrome-moly spherical bearings
    * Aluminum sleeves

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  2. Steeda Bumpsteer Kit (2005-2014) Mustang - 555-8106

    Steeda Bumpsteer Kit 2005-12 Mustang - 555-8106

    If you have lowered your vehicle the chances are you have introduced bump steer. What is bump steer? Bump Steer is changes in toe caused by suspension movement. Every car has bump steer, however when you lower the vehicle you increase the amount of bump steer that occurs, if this becomes excessive you will begin to notice some unwanted vehicle driving characteristics. When you turn your steering wheel you are essentially changing the toe of the wheels to turn the vehicle. Excessive bump steer is undesirable because it introduces unwanted steering inputs which means the suspension is steering the car instead of the driver. If your car is lowered and has tracking issues and less predictable steering behavior, you need a bump steer kit. Steeda's Bump Steer Kits will allow you to correct your bump steer geometry and can do so without requiring you to drill or modify your vehicle spindle. In addition, our bump steer kit makes a great service replacement for your worn out, high mileage outer tie rods even if you do not have excessive bump steer issues.

    Steeda Tapered Stud Design Advantages
    Studs are CNC machined to the exact taper of the factory spindle, for a simple install every time.
    Made of 4140 high-grade steel for superior strength.
    Machined to exact tolerances for an exact fit.
    Heat treated to our specs after machining to ensure hardness throughout stud.

    Bolt Design Disadvantages
    Requires drilling the spindle hole to a 5/8" diameter. Bit costs $17 at local Hardware Store.
    Basic grade 8 bolt that can vary in strength.
    Must drill spindle to bolt size, will have "play" or "slop".
    No steps taken to ensure material hardness.

    Read more from MotorTrend about the installation process and specific benefits that can be gained from installing Steeda Ball Joints and Steeda S197 Bumpsteer kits on your S197.

    Read about what Billy Johnson, a professional racecar driver, has to say about the Steeda Mustang Bumpsteer Kit in his article on MotoIQ.

    Pick up a bump steer kit today and refresh your outer tie rods and improve your steering.

    Note: Will not clear 16" wheels. Will not work with BOSS or BOSS Steering Rack

    Product Benefits
    • Wide range of adjustment
    • Does not require spindle modification for fitment or adjustment
    • Direct replacement installation
    • High quality construction and fit
    • No permanent modifications

    Control Your 2005-2009 Mustang With Steeda Control Arms! | S197 Review & Install

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