BAER #3261007 Tracker Bump
Steer Adjustable Tie-Rod Set For 1994-2004 Mustang.
Bump Steer: As the position of the steering arm changes when
the suspension is lowered, or caster is altered, the static portion of the
standard tie rod changes and a portion of its normal range of articulation
is used. When the vehicle is driven and the suspension is compressed while
turning or traveling over road surface irregularities, the tie rod can
reach the limits of its articulation range as it attempts to track the arc
of the steering arm. When the tie rod restricts suspension movement, a
sudden change in "toe" occurs. This unsettles the suspension, which is
very unfavorable, and sometimes downright unsafe!
pin-height-adjustable tie rods allow enthusiasts to compensate for ride
height and suspension geometry changes and allow full range of
articulation so the tie rods track in the same arc as the steering
(To adjust the tie-rod
height, simply move the steel spacers from one side of the spherical