TCP g-Bar Suspensions for 1971-73 Mustangs

Total Control Products g-Bar Suspensions for 1971-73 Mustangs

February 4, 2015
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Total Control Products (TCP) has expanded their ’71-73 Mustang products to include g-Bar and g-Link rear suspension systems. The canted-4-bar suspension systems directly replace the OEM leaf springs and shocks, using the OEM or replacement FAB9™ housing for remarkably improved handling and performance. Arguably the most versatile suspensions available, the g-Bar system offers a huge array of configuration options, including link bars, anti-roll bars, VariShock coil-over or air-spring shocks, shock valving, and FAB9 rear-end housings. These options create six distinct styles of suspension with dozens of different variations to best suit your particular performance application. The

1971-1973 Mustang Performance Suspension Upgrade

Adjustable Geometry
Upper and lower suspension link mounting brackets feature multiple positions to adjust chassis anti-squat and optimize vehicle handling. Upper links are length adjustable to set pinion angle and suspension preload if needed. g-Link lower arms are also adjustable for wheelbase variations and precise housing alignment.

Adjustable Shock Mounts
Billet aluminum double shear lower shock mounts bolt directly to the back of the lower control arm bracket and provide 4-1/2 inches of ride height adjustment. The three-position upper shock mount allows additional ride height adjustment, with the ability to provide increased stiffness for improved cornering or softer ride without changing springs.

System Options: VariShock coil-over or air-spring shocks;single- or double-adjustable valving; direct-fit FAB9™ housing or bolt-on axle brackets (for use with existing housing); urethane, pivot-ball, or billet pivot-ball suspension links; splined-end or sliding-link anti-roll bar.

TCP g-Bar Suspensions for 1971-73 Mustangs with Fab9 Housing

Total Control Products g-Bar Suspension is available for ‘64-73 Mustangs and ‘67-70 Cougars.

TCP g-Bar Installation Video:

Total Control Products (TCP) has expanded their ’71-73 Mustang products to include g-Bar and g-Link rear suspension systems. The canted-4-bar suspension systems directly replace the OEM leaf springs and shocks, using the OEM or replacement FAB9™ housing for remarkably improved handling and performance. Arguably the most versatile suspensions available, the g-Bar system offers a huge array of configuration options, including link bars, anti-roll bars, VariShock coil-over or air-spring shocks, shock valving, and FAB9 rear-end housings. These options create six distinct styles of suspension with dozens of different variations to best suit your particular performance application. The Adjustable Geometry Upper and lower suspension link mounting brackets feature multiple positions to adjust chassis anti-squat and optimize vehicle handling. Upper links are length adjustable to set pinion angle and suspension preload if needed. g-Link lower arms are also adjustable for wheelbase variations and precise housing alignment. Adjustable Shock Mounts Billet aluminum double shear lower shock mounts bolt directly to the back of the lower control arm bracket and provide 4-1/2 inches of ride height adjustment. The three-position upper shock mount allows additional ride height adjustment, with the ability to provide increased stiffness for improved cornering or softer ride without changing springs. System Options: VariShock coil-over or air-spring shocks;single- or double-adjustable valving; direct-fit FAB9™ housing or bolt-on axle brackets (for use with existing housing); urethane, pivot-ball, or billet pivot-ball suspension links; splined-end or sliding-link anti-roll bar. Total Control Products g-Bar Suspension is available for ‘64-73 Mustangs and ‘67-70 Cougars. TCP g-Bar Installation Video:

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