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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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Lighten Your Front End!
Motorheads are always in search of ways for more power or less weight. When it comes to removing weight from your Mustang, taking it off the front end of the car is preferable to removing it from elsewhere. With this in mind, I decided to remove some weight from the front of my 93 LX coupe using a tubular front-end system and switching to manual steering. Of course there were some "snags" enco...
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[07/24/2012] Rockford Driveline Reduces Ford Mustang Repair Costs by Allowing Replacement of CV Joints, Instead of Expensive OEM High Speed CV Drive Shafts


Replacement of a CV joint on a 2005 - 2010 Ford Mustang V6 OEM high speed driveshaft often requires replacement of the complete driveshaft assembly, as high speed driveshaft service components aren't available from the OEM. Thereby, adding significant expense to the repair. Rockford Driveline offers a money-saving solution with their High Speed CV Joint product line. Rockford reduces repair expense by enabling the user to simply change-out the defective CV joint, while maintaining the balance of the OEM high speed CV driveshaft. Rockford Driveline High Speed CV Joints come "fully loaded" and are produced to meet the design requirements of the original equipment manufacturer.

The new assembly includes Rockford's super-strength OE designed housing with precision-engineered internal components, as well as the new CV boot, end cap, grease, and hardware needed to do the job right. Applications are available for most major vehicle makes. Rockford also offers splined hubs, boot kits, crimping fixtures and other components for servicing OEM high speed CV driveshaft assemblies.

For more information see our catalog or visit www.rockforddriveline.com.

SOURCE: Rockford Drive Line

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