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Ford Mustang Wheel Alignment Specifications,
Suspension Adjustability Information,
and Recommended Alignment Type.


1964-1973 Mustang

The First Generation Mustang has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber and Caster are adjustable with OE shims at the upper control arm. The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Mustang models HERE

1974-1978 Mustang II

The Second Generation Mustang II also has a short-long arm (SLA) front suspension, which is fully adjustable for Camber, Caster, and Toe. Camber and Caster are adjustable by repositioning the upper control arm at the pivot shaft bolts.  (See Illustration here.) The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable. The recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Mustang models HERE

1979-1993 Mustang

The Third Generation Mustang has a strut front suspension, which is OE adjustable for Camber, and Toe. Camber is adjustable at the top of the strut where it attaches to the body. (See Illustration here.) There is no OE Caster adjustment provided. The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable, so the recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Mustang models HERE

1994-2004 Mustang (Includes Cobra)

The Fourth Generation Mustang has a strut front suspension, which is OE adjustable for Camber, and Toe. Camber is adjustable at the top of the strut where it attaches to the body. (See Illustration here.) There is no OE Caster adjustment provided. Except Cobra models, the rear solid axle suspension is not adjustable, so the recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Mustang models HERE

2005-Present Mustang

The Fifth Generation Mustang has a strut front suspension, which is OE adjustable for Camber, and Toe. Camber is adjustable at the lower strut steering knuckle attachment. (See Illustration here.) There is no OE Caster adjustment provided. The rear, solid axle suspension is not adjustable, so the recommended alignment type is THRUSTLINE. Wheel alignment specs with adjustment illustrations are available for all Mustang models HERE

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