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AAD Mustang S550 2015+ Rear Camber Arm & Trailing arm

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AAD Mustang S550 2015+ Rear Camber Arm & Trailing arm Adjustable rear camber arms/links for the S550 Mustang.  Using our proven tab adjustment system you get fixed, repeatable adjustability while maintaining the strength of a tongue-and-groove bolted joint.  All this at a weight savings over factory parts and most other...
$ 399.00
$ 399.00

AAD Mustang S550 2015+ Rear Camber Arm & Trailing arm

Adjustable rear camber arms/links for the S550 Mustang.  Using our proven tab adjustment system you get fixed, repeatable adjustability while maintaining the strength of a tongue-and-groove bolted joint.  All this at a weight savings over factory parts and most other aftermarket solutions.  Our arms use our patented Spheriflex bearing in the outboard end, while having a Energy Suspension polyurethane bushing in the inboard end to maintain proper arm clearance.  No more launching your high-powered sports car on threads and jam nuts!

Unlike other company's camber arms, ours also come with factory adjustment slot lockouts, standard.

Special introductory price for a limited time only!

Available in black and red, more info to come.

WARRANTY

Here is our 1 Year Limited Warranty Information.

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