If you’re into off roading, then you’re in luck. There are some incredible Off Road Mustangs on the market. If you’re wondering what your Mustang needs to survive the off road course, keep reading! I’ll tell you about a Custom-built DOM tubing front bumper, a lift kit, and a nitrous-fueled GMC shotgun under the hood. This is the ultimate off road vehicle for any Ford enthusiast.
Off Road Mustangs
Off Road Mustangs are the ultimate expression of the American muscle car. Some owners choose to wheel their Mustangs on the street, while others convert them into clydesdales. This article presents four such automotive DIY projects. These conversions may not be for classic car purists, but these four cars are impressive examples of the power of the Mustang. These modifications are not for the faint of heart, and should be thoroughly investigated before proceeding with them.
Custom-built DOM tubing front bumper
To add a custom-built DOM tubing front bumper to your Off Road Mustang, you can order it from a local off road accessory shop. The ADD company has a wide range of bumpers for many different vehicles. This bumper is made of heavy-duty plate steel and features a multi-mount system and weighs between 140 and 150 pounds. In addition to their bumpers, they also have a wide selection of other off-road-oriented products.
Custom-built lift kit
For those looking to take their Ford Mustang from a street rat to a true off-road monster, a Custom-built lift kit is the perfect solution. While the factory suspension is already stiff enough for any driver, a custom-built lift kit can increase its ability to overcome even the most challenging terrain. In addition, it can enhance the stance and handling of the car. The owner of this Off Road Mustang installed a lowered suspension with custom-built DOM tubing front and rear bumpers, aluminum skid plates, rocker guards, and a front and rear procomp shocks.
Limited steering radius
There are a few factors that affect the steering angle on Off Road Mustangs. First of all, the wheels have a limited turning radius because of the rack and pinion, tie rods, and weight. This makes them unpractical and uncomfortable to drive on the road. But this is exactly what they were made for: off-road driving. In addition, their wide tires improve the turning radius. So what should you do if you have limited steering radius on Off Road Mustang?
Exoskeleton tubular structure
A 1970 Mustang Boss 302 is a good example of an Off Road Mustang. Its body has monkey bars, extra lights, a roof box, and a winch in the front bumper. Its suspension has been customized by SE Motors, which scanned the car’s body in 3D. Then, the owner designed an Exoskeleton tubular structure for it and fitted it.