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J&M Camber Plates (05-10 All; 07-14 GT500)

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  • Fine-Tunes the Suspension
  • For Street or Strip
  • Superior Materials and Construction
  • Unique J&M Design
  • Made in the USA
  • Fits 2005-2010 V6, GT, Bullitt and 2007-2014 GT500
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Fine-tunes Suspension. J&M 4-bolt Camber Plates replace the factory rubber strut mount bushings with a spherical bearing and can be easily adjusted at the top of the strut tower to allow for 1.8 degrees of camber adjustment to properly correct alignment on lowered Mustangs. Depending on your driving needs, you can set your alignment for track, street or strip. These plates will allow you to get the most out of your Pony's suspension.

Superior construction. 100% Pulse MIG welded for the ultimate in strength, durability and fit, these bearing mounts are completely adjustable and feature a special chrome moly replaceable teflon lined spherical bearing to reduce noise for quiet ride.

Unique J&M design. J&M engineers designed the bearing plate to be mounted underneath the top main plate for a larger foot print. This helps to spread the load throughout the main supporting plate for extra strength, unlike the competitions weaker designs.

Application. These J&M 4-Bolt Camber Plates are specifically designed for use on 2005-2010 V6, GT and Bullitt Mustangs, as well as the 2007-2014 Shelby GT500 models.Protected under US Patent Numbers 8,820,759 and 9,073,577.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • (8) Eight Washers
  • (8) Eight Nuts
  • (2) Two Small Spacers
  • (2) Two Large Spacers
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Caster Camber Plate Specifications
Material: Stainless Steel Finish: Black Powdercoat
Adjustability: 1.8 Degrees of camber Adjustability Bolt Pattern: 4 bolt
Year: 2005-2014 Model: 2005-2010 V6, GT, Bullitt; 2007-2014 GT500
Manufacture: J&M Hardware Included : Yes
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 08, 09
  • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10
  • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

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J&M Caster Plates

Stock strut bearings/mount are total crap. I can't believe they work at all. These are excellent quality that will get your lowered Stang back in spec. Have had these for months, front end alignment ...

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Simple is Good!

These plates bolt right in, and offer plenty of adjustment. Super high quality, no drilling or grinding required. They have an OEM factory look, and the car can be easily returned to stock if necessary. I ...

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Overall Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars

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How are adjustments made? Once I get to the track and want to go to full negative camber, how do I make the adjustments back and forth? Do I need a jack? Can I easily set it back to the settings I drove to the event without needing any alginment tools?

2005MustangGT89FS Year: 2005 Model: GT

  • I'm no expert here, but from the way these are made (I installed mine personally AND made the alignment pretty close to what it should be) you will need to unload weight from the side you are adjusting at a minimum (if not the front end completely to do both at the same time) and loosen the strut tower nuts. You can then slide the mount inboard/outboard as you wish...inboard being the direction you're looking to get negative camber. Getting a specific camber will require professional equipment to center them both on the desired angle in degrees. Yes, you'll need a jack, something to chock the tires, jack stands (never trust a jack alone), and need to remove the tires if you cannot move the mount from the top (very likely). Also, factory specification is -1.2º camber when you bring it back to normal, per my alignment shop, and it would likely benefit you to mark that alignment point on your tower in reference to your struts' top studs. Hope this helps...and keep the dirty side down!

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    3VIL Year: 2006 Model: GT Top 100 Contributor

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Strut tower brace that will fit? AM, does anyone make a strut tower brace that will fit these mounts? I have a Blue Oval Industries mount from before, but there's not enough metal on the mount to enlarge the holes for the new mounts I installed. Otherwise, I'll have to get a welding shop to cut/weld on new pieces and that is sounding like what it costs for a new brace... Thanks!

3VIL Year: 2006 Model: GT

  • I can verify that the SR Performance strut tower brace will fit with these J&M plates. I have the combination on my 2005 GT.

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    XeroVolume Year: 2005 Model: GT

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Are these plates absolutely necessary for the eibach pro kit lowering springs? 06 Mustang GT

Yonners2112 Year: 2006 Model: GT

  • As a general rule of thumb, when dropping your Mustang anything lower than 1 inch, it's recommended to install caster camber plates so you have enough adjustment for alignment. Without enough adjustment to align within spec, you can cause premature wear and tear on your tires. With the Eibach Pro-Kit dropping your Mustang 1.3" Front and 1.4" Rear, I'd suggest purchasing a set of CC Plates as well. Hope this helps!

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    LisaS Year: 1992 Model: GT

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Overall Rating 4.8

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Full Day

Installation Cost:$100-$250

  • Handling Improvement 4.75 4.8
  • Fit 4.811321 4.8
  • Bang For Your Buck 4.627451 4.6

  • 5/5

    January 01, 2010

    J&M Caster Plates

    Stock strut bearings/mount are total crap. I can't believe they work at all. These are excellent quality that will get your lowered Stang back in spec. Have had these for months, front end alignment is still spot on.


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  • 5/5

    January 19, 2010

    Simple is Good!

    These plates bolt right in, and offer plenty of adjustment. Super high quality, no drilling or grinding required. They have an OEM factory look, and the car can be easily returned to stock if necessary. I used these on my 07 GT500 with the Ford Racing springs and Tokico struts. They offer plenty of adjustment without that billet, anodized, boy racer look. If restoring your stock camber settings after lowering your car, and still having the option of adjusting it for competition is what you want, look no further. If the best price, and fastest shipping is important, buy from American Muscle!


    Year: 2007 Model: GT

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  • 5/5

    August 19, 2009

    A must have!

    When my cheap plastic stock mounts went belly up, I replaced them with these J&M pieces. Fixed my front end popping immediately. Rock solid construction. Great product at a great price!

    Cliff Lyles

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  • 5/5

    January 21, 2010

    J&M Camber Plates

    I wanted the heavy duty camber plate that I know will hold up to anything. This one will do it and will never have you worry about it. Plus they can be mounted in 2 ways, for racing Extreem camber setting or for a more Stock settings. So if you want a really good reliable part this gets my vote. Plus very easy to install. They are a must if you are gonna lower your car. They should have been made as a factory option for performance parts.


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  • 5/5

    May 01, 2011

    Not bad

    These are well made camber plates and they installed without any problems, but they don't have as much adjust-ability as some of the plates out there. Good for what they are, but if you're lowering the front end by more than about 1", you'll be a little limited in your negative camber adjustment. A great product for the money.

    Rob Upward

    Year: 2006 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip

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  • 5/5

    October 17, 2010

    J&M Camber Plates

    Used these when i lowered my 2006 mustang gt. Worked in perfect harmony with ford racing lowering set-up. These are well built and aligned the car perfectly after a 2" drop in the front. Technician said went together great but to bring it back in after a few thousand miles to re-align and let all the parts break in. Great product! Highly recommended!


    Year: 2006 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 5/5

    June 06, 2011

    Stronger than factory, easy to adjust

    Fast shipping (as always), decently packaged, much beefier than the factory plates (which came apart upon removal). Easy to install (didn't even need a spring compressor with the FRPP P-springs). Only catch was that my strut tower brace wouldn't fit over the bolts from the plates...will need enlarged. Otherwise, not a complaint about them! Thanks again AM!

    Steve Hoffman

    Year: 2006 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip

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  • 5/5

    August 26, 2009

    Excellent Quality part

    When I lowered my must I used these. Do not reuse the old ones. They're designed to be installed once. You need these. These are priced great and are excellent in quality and installation.

    Chris M

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    October 07, 2013

    Much better than factory mounts.

    After I lowered my GT with SR springs, I developed a popping/clunking noise in my driver side strut mount along with visible negative camber on both wheels. I attributed the sound to the factory rubber spring isolator and first purchased the Eibach camber adjustment bolts to address the alignment. While the bolts worked great in my driveway when I installed them myself, I had a hard time getting the alignment shops to touch them, even after I explained exactly what they were and how they worked. That's when I decided to go with camber plates, and J&M was certainly the right choice. The only thing I overlooked was the fact that these plates don't come with replacement rubber spring isolators; you have to reuse the worn and soft factory ones! (The only flaw in an otherwise perfect product.) If your factory spring isolators are ruined, you must buy the Ford Racing GT500 style mounts which DO include the spring isolators, only without the camber adjustment. If you've got the cash, buy both. Then you can put the spring isolator from the GT500 mounts on the J&M camber plates. The install took a few hours, being as you must remove the struts from the vehicle. You should set aside a full day if you've never done this. (If you're replacing the springs or struts and adding the camber plates at the same time, then you can get away with not using a spring compressor tool!) The four studs are bigger and stronger than factory, even requiring a heavier torque spec. (35 ft-lbs). I was relieved to see that the studs are plenty long enough to fit my SR Strut Tower Brace with no problems while still offering full adjustability. These mounts are very high quality, much stronger than the factory mounts and look amazing. When you open the box, you will have a smile on your face and when you see your old mounts, that smile will get even bigger knowing you are replacing them with something so much better. I have used these plates with both SR lowering springs and the Eibach lowering springs, both with successful camber adjustment. I would recommend skipping the camber bolts and buying these first, just be aware that the rubber spring isolators from the factory mounts must be re-used. Overall: Excellent quality, perfect fit, reasonable price, sensible upgrade, but I wish it came with that spring isolator.


    Year: 2005 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Texas

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  • 1/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $100-$250

    May 23, 2013


    I had these installed about a year ago with Eibach struts and lowering springs. I bought the J&M plates bc I was concerned about having enough camber adjustment with the 1 1/2 in lowering. While I expected the ride to be more stiff, I did not expect the noise. From day one there was a knocking and I said well, OK, lets see how it goes. It started on the right and then eventually, the left, and while handling was great, the noise made the car a total nuisance to drive, I hated it! I didn't know if it was a busted strut or caster/camber plate issue so I bought the GT500 plates and Tokico struts and replaced it all. WOW! Is this what I have been missing for a year!! The car is finally enjoyable again with exceptional handling! On the J&M plates, there was a lot of play in the center ball joint and every bump made it sound as if the front end was going to fall out. I DO NOT recommend these. AM is been very supportive through all this and I thank Matt for the GREAT CS and many email exchanges,


    Year: 2005 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Little Rock, AR, USA

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