Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Sycamore/DeKalb, IL
No - it's part of the rear subframe, it's the bracket w/the bushing underneath the rear of the rocker panel (i.e. in front of the rear wheels) next to the frame rail. On northern cars, they're generally pretty rusted out.
The springs sit on top of the lower control arm, which are bolted to the frame, shock, and spindle.
89 Cougar XR-7...slightly modded, 240 rwhp / 340 rwtq, Best time as of 4/22/12 = 13.11 @ 103.82, 1.78 60'