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Old 9/17/15, 06:56 PM
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New Product - Steeda S550 Mustang Ultra Lite Chassis Jacking Rails (15-16 All)

Hello All:

Steeda is happy to announce the release of our Mustang Ultra Lite Chassis Jacking Rails - you asked ... we listened!

This is a must have for the do-it-yourself owner who is worried about potential damage to your factory pinch welds.

Made in-house from the same material we have used to keep Fox Mustangs from flexing for 25+ years, these Jacking Rails feature CAD-designed, laser cut, high-strength steel brackets and stout 2" x 1-1/2" steel tubing.

Here are just a few of the benefits this unit offers:
  • 40% lighter than the competition, only 14 lbs
  • Allows you to jack up your S550 anywhere along the jacking rail, preventing damage to your factory pinch welds
  • Open mounting bracket design prevents water from getting trapped and therefore eliminating chances of rust
  • Will work with Steeda's popular IRS Subframe Support Braces
  • Includes all necessary mounting hardware unlike the competition
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA using high-grade materials







You can check out the complete offering here: http://www.steeda.com/steeda-s550-mu...-all-555-5205/

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Old 9/20/15, 12:16 PM
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Got anything like this for the S197?
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Originally Posted by berzerk_1980 View Post
Got anything like this for the S197?
I was wondering the same thing.
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Hello,

We did have them previously for the S197 ... they have since been discontinued.

If there is an increasing amount of demand for this product ... I can have manufacturing revisit the the idea.

Anyone else interested?

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New Product - Steeda S550 Mustang Ultra Lite Chassis Jacking Rails (15-16 All)

I would be interested depending on cost.

I didn't know you guys make something like this.
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I will see what kind or price point we can get to & what kind of initial run we will need.

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Thanks TJ,

Did any Boss owners buy this? I'm looking for something that won't interfere with the side pipes (I have a GT with the pipes).

Also, was drilling required?
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anything like this for the SN95/Fox body stangs???

depending on price point I would be interested in a set...especially if they could be bolted on and forgot about (hey extra braising against twisting....)
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Thanks TJ,

Did any Boss owners buy this? I'm looking for something that won't interfere with the side pipes (I have a GT with the pipes).

Also, was drilling required?
Let me see if I can get the instructions ... I have not had the pleasure of previously dealing with this item.

nything like this for the SN95/Fox body stangs???

depending on price point I would be interested in a set...especially if they could be bolted on and forgot about (hey extra braising against twisting....)
If the demand is there ... manufacturing can look into making them.

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just ordered a set of these...will try and let everyone know how they go on and fit.....
unless someone beats me to the punch!
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just ordered a set of these...will try and let everyone know how they go on and fit.....
unless someone beats me to the punch!
Would love to hear your feedback & thoughts!

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If the demand is there ... manufacturing can look into making them.

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I hope so, as there are a lot of foxbody/SN95's that really would benefit and I would be buying a set my self if they are ever produced (and who knows would probably review them too)
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got a phone call from my dad...package arrived today!
busy weekend ahead but if rain washes out my plans i might attempt to install.
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Hello,

We did have them previously for the S197 ... they have since been discontinued.

If there is an increasing amount of demand for this product ... I can have manufacturing revisit the the idea.

Anyone else interested?

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Yes please.
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Still tracking - will let manufacturing know we have one more!

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Sorry for long wait but I had a slight detour with the birth of my son in Oct.
I got the rails on and have had the car up already.
I must say that I have had an easy time getting up both sides and rotating tires.
The instructions were a little difficult to understand but figured it out. It helps that you don't have to put the car on ramps first to get the car up. I just put the jack on the rails and started jacking. Car went up with ease.
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Okay, as long as it was a birth & not something else, well let you slide!

Congrats on the birth of your son, I will let you get back to your 5 minute nap, lol.

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Hey All, I put these jacking rails on my 2016 GT. easy install. Jacking the car up to change into its winter wheels, very simple and easy. It is definitely a worth while mod. I followed the cj pony video. I definitely like the steeda phrase, "speed matters". Sums it up nicely.
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I just bought a set of these for my 2016, and they'll be here Friday. First mod! my three-year-old son is stoked to do the install with me!

Anyway, I don't want to mar the surface of the powdercoating with my jack or jackstands. Has anyone found a good coating to put on their jack/stands? I was originally thinking Plastidip (never used it) but my buddy said that it goes on really thin and comes off easy. My next thought was to buy a can of spray on bedliner and coat the top yokes of the jacks/stands.

Thoughts?

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Use a foam rubber insulation like they use on pipes to protect the underside of the car.
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