Total Control Products Weld-in Front Clip

Seen at SEMA 2019

This front subframe clip from Total Control Products, a Chris Alston’s Chassisworks brand, is a direct-fit, high-performance suspension solution designed for 1964-70 Mustangs and 1967-70 Cougars.

The weld-in front clip features fully boxed rails with heavier wall thickness to provide a more rigid structure, ideal for high-horsepower engine swaps.

The system deletes the original shock towers opening up the engine bay to accept bolt-in installation of all popular early- or late-model engines including Ford Coyote and Chevy LS-Series. Total Control Products was at SEMA 2019 with the front subframe clip: Take a look:

Video | Total Control Products’ Weld-in Front Clip at SEMA 2019


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Chris Alston created his first chassis kits in the mid-1970s and went on to establish Chris Alston’s Chassisworks in 1987. Through continual reinvestment and development, Chassisworks now manufactures more than 10,000 separate components and assemblies in-house that make up its six separate product brands. Its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and strict quality-control standards provide some of the finest chassis, suspension, and engine accessory products in the industry at extremely competitive prices.