When the unibody of your classic Mopar is at its best (i.e. no rust or crash damage), its engineered-in strength supports you all around, instead of merely underneath you (as in a car with body-on-frame construction). But, what if you're looking to put a much-more-powerful-than-stock engine in it? Or, how do you make your unibody even stronger, once you've replaced the rusted-out old steel that was in it with new metal?Come on in for more info about all-new, weld-in front fender braces for A/B/E-Body Mopars from US Car Tool...
US Car Tool's Inner fender braces are designed and engineered to add stiffness and strength to the front end of your Mopar’s unibody. They connect the inner fender sheetmetal to the stamped steel shock tower on each side, adding a continuous gusset/brace traveling rearward to the firewall.
This system is designed to allow suspension forces to be dissipated into the unibody, rather than causing a bending motion in any single component.
Stated plainly, your Mopar's frame rails will not bend as much after installing the US Car Tool inner fender braces!
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