Front grip is always an issue on the Mustang.
Because you roll NEGATIVE in gain, you don't require the
massive static negative camber settings a stock UCA would.
You currently may be at zero and can dial in some static
neg camber that will help. I run around with 3/4 degree
negative on my '66, which is leftover from what I ran it
during open track. You can get away with about that much
(and sometimes more) and still have fairly even tread wear
across the top if your driving is fairly aggressive. I never
shifted from DOT lightly treaded "race" rubber as you give
up too much in ultimate grip on a 65/66...... it really is
that big difference over normal street rubber. Many
folks do that out here and our roads are not the greatest
either. I guess it depends upon exposure- how often you
drive it. You can also go from the 225 street rubber to the
245's in DOT and not have sidewall squirm because many
DOT sidewalls are stiffer. Mine are Kumho Victoracer.
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