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Steeda Ford Mustang Billet Front Tow Hook Debuts

Longtime Ford Mustang tuner and parts maker Steeda has rolled out its fair share of products for the redesigned 2024 model as of late, a list that includes a line of ProFlow air filters, the Extreme G-Trac K-Member Brace, a GT500 style rear spoiler, and a set of spherical bearings for the rear lower control arms. Now, that list has expanded yet again, this time, to include the brand new Ford Mustang billet front tow hook for certain variants of the latest version of everyone’s favorite pony car – as well as the prior S550 generation as well.

Steeda’s new Ford Mustang billet front tow hook is designed to fit 2015-2025 models equipped with the factory front tow point, and is CNC-machined in house from aircraft grade billet aluminum for not only strength, but also, looks, as one would imagine. The hardware used to secure the hooks is made from nickel-plated and stainless steel, to boot.

Thanks to the presence of a built-in tension spring, Steeda’s Mustang tow hook also doesn’t require loosening to adjust, and the part will instead hold where it’s positioned – preventing damage that may occur if the part moves around. Steeda designed its billet front tow hook to withstand not only hard track use, but also, daily driving, which is what sets it apart from most other similar tow hooks on the market. Even better, it’s easy to install with no cutting or drilling required, to boot.

The new Steeda Ford Mustang billet front tow hook is available to purchase now for the retail price of $189.95. This particular part is compatible with all 2015-2024 Ford Mustang models equipped with the factory tow hook attachment point, a list that includes the S550-generation Mach 1 and GT500, as well as 2024 models equipped with the EcoBoost or GT Performance Packages.

We’ll have more parts and accessories to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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