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Steeda Ultra-Lite Low Profile Chassis Jacking Rails (05-14 All)

Item 398199
AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Steeda Ultra-Lite Low Profile Chassis Jacking Rails (05-14 All). Please check out 2015-2020 Mustang K-Members, Subframe Connectors, & Braces for an updated selection.

Features, Video & Details

  • Chassis Jacking Rails
  • Helps You Jack Up Your Car
  • Allows for Attachment Anywhere Along the Jacking Rail
  • Prevents Damage to Factory Pinch Welds
  • Compatible with Steeda Mustang Frame Rails & Torque Box Braces
  • Fits All 2005-2014 Ford Mustangs

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

Stronger Jacking Rails. If you're worried about damaging your Mustang's factory pinch weld seam while jacking, you need these Steeda Ultra-Lite Low Profile Chassis Jacking Rails. This pair of jacking rails reinforces your car's jacking points so you can easily lift your car without damaging it.

Light Yet Durable Construction. These Jacking Rails from Steeda are designed to provide your car with sturdy additional jacking points. They are made from industrial-grade 2" x 1-1/2" tubular steel which is light yet highly resistant to flexing and cracking. They have been manufactured using CAD and laser cutting technology to ensure a precise fit. And with a durable wrinkle black powder coat, these jacking rails are highly resistant to corrosion, which gives long-lasting durable support to your car's jacking points.

Compatible with Steeda Accessories. These jacking rails are compatible with the Steeda Mustang Frame Rail & Torque Box Brace, which means you can install them at the same time without interfering one another.

Application. These Steeda Ultra-Lite Low Profile Chassis Jacking Rails are made for all 2005-2014 Ford Mustangs.

Fitment: Details

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      5 Top Rated Questions

      hi what are the oem specs to tourqe these at ? as the other person asked thanks don"t know where to look ?

      • The bolts for the Steeda Ultra-Lite Low Profile Chassis Jacking Rails should be torqued to 46 ft-lbs.

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      Can the pinch weld areas still be used for scissor jacking with these installed?

      • If your scissor jack is slim enough, it would technically work with this Steeda Ultra-Lite Low Profile Chassis Jacking Rail however, we have not tested this with any scissor jacks to confirm what size would fit.

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      Is the rear bolt mounting procedure on these rails different on the convertibles (2013) ? There seems to be an extra brace where the rear bolts should go. Do I unbolt those and slide it under as well?

      • Yes you are indeed correct, you would just need to slide this right under the extra brace you are referring to as you mentioned below.

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      Can these Jacking Rails be used with the boxed sub-frame connectors? Thank you.

      • These jacking rails are compatible with the Steeda Mustang Frame Rail & Torque Box Brace only.

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      Would there be any fitment/clearance issue with these along a side exhaust kit (m5220-mb)?

      • There may be fitment issues with these and side exit exhaust systems. We have not tested them together to know for sure.

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      What are the Torque Specs for installation? Since the jacking rails are secured between the K-Member and Bolts, woudn't that require less than factory torque? Also what would be the best place to put jack stands when installing these since you cant use the K-Member points? Putting them under the chassis frame rails may cause chassis damage and placing them at the OEM pinch weld locations may damage the pinch welds. 1 answer
      I have a 6000 Lb. Capacity Scissor Lift (not a jack but a lift gets all 4 wheels off the ground) it is a pain to get the car lined up to hit 4 good spots for the arms to hit the chassis, would this make it easier? 1 answer
      How much weight do these save for 11-14 models compared to factory rails? Thx 1 answer
      Does the kit include the bolt needed to secure the rear mount flange to the frame? 1 answer
      Will this fit 2008 Mustang GT with sub frame connectors? Thanks 1 answer

        Customer Reviews (15) Write a Review

        Overall Rating 4.2

        out of 5 stars

        • 5/5

          July 09, 2019

          Great add on!

          These things make it so easy to jack the car up now. Installation took 10 minutes and I was done. I would suggest cleaning the threads in the rear to help the bolts go in smoothly.


          Year: 2011 Submodel: GT

          Helpful (0)

        • 5/5

          April 28, 2019

          Easy Install

          The install is straight forward but one thing that will help that is not in the instructions. before installing make sure to run a tap through all the bolt holes prior to putting back together. this will make everything go back in with no issues.


          Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

          Helpful (1)

        • 3/5

          March 30, 2019

          They do the job

          They went on fairly easy, I put them on while on the ground, used a rubber mallet to put them in to place, why they werent made 2 feet longer, as there are threaded holes on the 2014 Mustang GT, it would've been useful, but to be honest I could've just used a 2x4 to do what this does


          Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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        • 4/5

          March 11, 2019

          Great addition for your poney.

          Easy to install, and meets my needs for an improved jacking location on the car. Highly recommend.


          Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

          Helpful (0)

        • 5/5

          February 19, 2019

          Jacking rails

          Install was a snap, parts seem very high quality. Makes jacking up your car much easier vs using pinch welds.


          Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

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        • 5/5

          January 14, 2019


          One of the best mods I have done. So much easier and faster to lift the car up. I have used them several times to lift my car up without issue.


          Year: 2011 Submodel: GT

          Helpful (1)

        • 1/5

          January 02, 2019

          Jacking Rails

          Not impressed at all. These rails are narrow, too narrow to properly engage a floor jack and in the center is a small pad about 2” square that takes mossy of the load if the jack is placed in the center of the rail. My reference point is a set of BMR jacking railes that I installed on my other car. These were a far better design, more rigid and engaged the chassis along its full length between the wheels. I will continue to use the mounting point for the K member as my preferred jacking point. Waste of 150 bucks if anyone was to ask me.


          Year: 2011 Submodel: GT500

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        • 4/5

          July 12, 2018

          Nice Upgrade

          Took a little work to fit but it is worth the effort


          Year: 2012 Submodel: V6

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        • 1/5

          June 16, 2018

          Does not fit 2013 Mustang

          According to the manual the rail should fit 2005-2014 Mustangs. It was a nightmare trying to pry the cross brace to slide the rail under but after many attempts I made it work just to find out the rear holes are much smaller than the provided 15mm bolts. Have this ever been tried on a 2013-14 body Mustangs before selling them? The back holes that match the rail are more like 12mm and its not a threaded hole


          Year: 2013 Submodel: GT

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        • 5/5

          May 14, 2018

          jack rails side lifting made easy

          fit and finish is fine.install is easy.made my own lifting plates for for the rear threaded frame holes.makes tire rotation easy with one floor jack and spreader beam. so easy a cave man can do it.


          Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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        • 5/5

          April 04, 2018

          Jacking just got easier

          Super simple to install. Have concerns about mounting points under the engine cradle but overall a really good and worthwhile product.


          Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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        • 5/5

          January 17, 2018

          Good Addition

          Good to jack car from side and lift both wheels. Good addition to provide study jack point.


          Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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        • 5/5

          January 16, 2018

          Great addition

          Super easy to install. I unexpectedly ended up using them the next day. It was great not having to use the pinch weld or use my adapter. Jacked up the car NASCAR style and had both wheels on one side off the ground with a few pumps of the jack.


          Year: 2008 Submodel: Bullitt

          Helpful (11)

        • 5/5

          December 20, 2017

          Excellent Product

          Got these to provide jacking access to enable placement of floor jack in center of my ride to jack up the entire side of car and stay off the pinch fantastic! Note: When used w\ Steeda's Frame Rail and Torque Box connectors (which attach to the end of these jacking rails then to the rear LCA mount) and weld all in, then this will become a "sub frame connector assembly" of sorts.


          Year: 2009 Submodel: GT

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        • 5/5

          July 30, 2017

          Fits 2011 GT500 Convertible !

          Now I understand why steeda didn't make the rails to go all the way to the back. It was so that the steeda rails would us existing mounting holes for convertible's brace in the rear. Direct bolt on. Fits perfect. Just remove 4 bolts on each side and slide steeda rail under cross brace and convertible sub frame bar and reinstalled the 4 bolts on each side.


          Year: 2011 Submodel: GT500

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