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Tie Rod Bushings Adapters allows you to install Granada, Versailles, 67-69 or 70-73 Mustang Disc Brakes on your EXISTING TIE ROD ENDS! The tie rod adapters and lower ball joint adapter allows you to install Versailles front DISC BRAKES on 65-73 Mustangs
Six cylinder Mustangs have a very small outer tie rod end that can not fit the larger disc brake spindles. Until now, it has been necessary to install a complete V-8 Mustang steering setup on 6-cylinder cars in order to install disc brakes. Now, all it takes is two adapter bushings and the outer tie rods will fit right into the spindles with no further modifications!!! Use of any spindle other than the stock spindle can cause bumpsteer issues on six cylinder cars.
Any pre-1970 Mustang requires larger outer tie rods installed in order to install the disc brakes. For some cars, a simple change to the Granada or 1970 Mustang outer tie rod can be implemented. That is fine if new tie rods are actually needed, but two of these adapter bushings can do the trick with a lot less work!!! There is also the added benefit of never having to replace the tie rods with “custom fit” tie rods that weren’t original on the car. The bushings can be loc-tite mounted into the spindle and become an integral part of the spindle from then on.