If you’re a Fox body Ford Mustang convertible owner, you’re sure to empathize with the news bite we are sharing with you all today. Most all of the 1983 to 1993 Mustang convertible specimens we have run across suffer from floppiness in the 1/4 window. Many people attribute this failure to weak guide bushings; however, more often than not, the cause is a broken 1/4 window guide rod mount.
Late Model Restoration is hot on the aftermarket scene with a solid new solution to this wiggly problem. Keep reading to check out their latest Mustang convertible improvement!
So your 1983-1993 Mustang Convertible suffers from the floppy 1/4 window syndrome. The cause of sloppy convertible quarter windows is not always guide bushings. More often than not, it is caused by a broken 1/4 Window Guide Rod Mount.
Form the factory, 83-93 Mustang Convertibles were equipped with a less than optimal plastic Quarter Window Guide Rod Lower Mount. They are very prone to break & cause the “floppiness” you experience. To permanently remedy the issue, we produced these billet aluminum 1/4 Window Guide Rod Mounts!
Our Billet Guide Rod Mount is the only one of its kind on the market & is exclusive to us. It is sold individually (2 needed per car) & includes all new attaching hardware for ease of installation. You only want to replace these once as they are a pain to get to, so make sure you go for the permanent solution.
What’s in the box?
- (1) Convertible 1/4 Window Guide Rod Mount
- (1) Retaining pin
- (1) Cotter pin
- (3) Screws
- (3) Washers