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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford Mustang bumpsteer kits to ensure that you have every bumpsteer kit option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford Mustang bumpsteer kits, so that whether you are looking for a cheap Ford Mustang bumpsteer kit or a replacement bumpsteer kit or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford Mustang bumpsteer kit needs!

If you have lowered your vehicle the suspension geometry has been altered from its original design which can have a negative impact on handling and tracking ability. It can induce an effect called bumpsteer which can make your car feel downright scary on the highway. The easiest way to fix this problem is with bump steer kits. These aftermarket bumpsteer kits correct the steering and suspension geometry to prevent sketchy handling characteristics and restore your faith in your ride. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have a great selection of bumpsteer kits for you to choose from. So when it comes time to get your project sorted you are sure to find the perfect kit for your application in our expansive lineup.
As a vehicle's suspension moves through its arc of travel it can cause the toe-in/toe-out to change slightly. When a vehicle is lowered the amount that the wheel turns as the suspension is compressed is magnified and causes the scary effect we know as bump steer. There are several ways to fix this problem from changing to modified tie rod ends to utilizing custom ball joints. No matter which method you prefer, bump steer kits are absolutely essential for any lowered vehicle, especially if you have performance on your mind. If you want your lowered vehicle to handle like it should, be sure to pick up one of these kits.
Q: What is a bumpsteer kit? Why buy one?
A: If you have lowered your vehicle you may encounter a negative side effect with your vehicle’s handling known as bumpsteer. Bumpsteer occurs when your tie rod angles become too severe from lowering your ride’s suspension. As the lowered suspension moves through its normal arc the tie rods tug on the hubs causing the wheels to turn. When this happens at high speed it can cause the car to feel loose and out of control. Bumpsteer kits address this handling issue by correcting the tie rod geometry so that it mimics the OEM angles and thus reduces bumpsteer. Once you have driven a car with a bumpsteer kit you will never want to go back. Take it from us, the handling and tracking difference is like night and day. We highly recommend purchasing these kits at the same time you lower your ride for maximum safety and control.

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