Hello Mustang to Fear followers!

Are you enjoying your classic mustang this summer? Are you road tripping from car show to car show? Or maybe you finally found your project and the restoration is starting? For easy to install products you really want to visit the Mustang to Fear online page to shop some of the best products for your Mustang. If you want a better ride and handling for your mustang modernizing your suspension with either the Independent Front Suspension or the Watts Link Rear Suspension would be something to consider. Read the featured product of the month to find more about the Watts link or go back in earlier blog post to find some more about the IFS. These are available for your 1965 to 1970 Mustang. This month you will also see that MTF decided to go out of their line and venture into big cat country. Read more to find out!

Featured product of the month

When you drive your classic would you like a smoother ride with better handling? Then think about upgrading to the rear Watts link by MTF . They are offered in 3 versions: 9” full floater, 9” standard semi-floating axle and the knock down kit for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. Visit their online store to find more about what’s included in each of these kits.

In their suspension kit, MTF utilizes the proven QA1 double adjustable DS403 10″ shocks and coilovers. QA1’s double adjustable shocks have 18 positions of compression and 18 positions of rebound adjustment on each giving you 324 valving options. There is no jump when adjusting between any two clicks. Each adjustment has been carefully defined to provide the ideal force curve to maximize performance.

By visiting their website, you will also find the advantage and disadvantage of choosing one of these 3 options. Mustang to Fear likes to help their customers and they often have an installation video, step by step instructions and for the rear Watts link, you can find an article here at Mustang 360

MTF at Work

Mustang to Fear is up for all kinds of challenges. They’ve always loved Mustangs but now, they’ve decided to put some work on a 1968 Cougar for a customer from Indiana.

The owners have decided to have it painted the new 2019 Bullitt Green and added an IFS and rear Watts link suspension. The MTF ISF fitted with no problems and the rear Watts link suspension only had a difference of a few inches of length added to the frame rail piece. Mercury Cougar customers, you are now lucky as MTF now offers you some of their products. For more pics of this project go the MTF Build page at

What’s coming in the Mustang World?

If you are heading to 25th edition Woodward Dream Cruise, the world biggest cruise, in August in Michigan, you don’t want to miss the 21st Annual Mustang Alley takes over Nine Mile Rd, in Ferndale, Michigan, on Saturday, August 17, 2019. For more info:

I also like their branding for 2019