Ford Mustang Tires At CJ Pony Parts

1964 Mustang Tires

Ford Mustang Tires At CJ Pony Parts

A classic muscle car like the 1964 Mustang needs better tires if you plan to drive it fast. Modern tires are much safer than the stock items fitted to early Mustangs. With the latest rubber, it’s easier to hug the tarmac. New tires offer better lateral grip and reduce understeer. Your ‘Stang can corner faster. If you plan to use your pony on a daily basis, you need a tire upgrade to ensure your safety behind the wheel. The latest 1964 Mustang tires are available from CJ Pony Parts at remarkably low prices. You can select from a wide range of stock, premium and performance tires that fit your car.

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1964.5 Tires

When Is the Right Time to Replace a Tire Set?

Tires lose their tread with usage. As the tread wears out, the tires lose grip. Tires tend to develop cracks as the rubber hardens. If your car hasn’t been used for a while, you’ll want to check for tire cracks before taking it out for a drive. If your pony was stored in a garage for years with no air in its tires, you’ll definitely want to replace the set before taking it out on the road.

Underinflated or overinflated, improper pressures will take a toll on your Mustang’s fuel economy. You’ll see a noticeable drop in performance. It is essential to properly maintain your tires and make sure they’re pressurized to manufacturer’s specifications.

There are certain things you can do to check if it’s time to replace an old set:

• The penny test: Place a penny vertically between one of the treads. It’s time to replace the tire if the top part of Lincoln’s head isn’t covered by the tread.
• Visual check: Road debris can cause punctures. Visually inspect each tire for foreign objects like nails, sharp stones, etc.
• Test drive: A damaged tire or one with too-high/too-low pressure makes a certain sound while driving. If the tire makes a weird sound when rolling on the tarmac, try the penny test and visual check.

Tire technology has come a long way since the 1964 Mustang came along. Thanks to modern construction methods, tires now offer better grip in any type of weather. Newer tires are safer than their predecessors are, since grip levels have gone up. Comfort levels and fuel economy have increased while rolling resistance has decreased.

At CJ Pony Parts, we offer all types of 1964 Mustang tires — whether it’s for everyday use or the race track. With free shipping and no minimum order, you won’t find a better deal!