Mustang Lowering Springs At CJ Pony Parts

1967 Mustang Springs

Mustang Lowering Springs At CJ Pony Parts

Spring technology has come a long way since the late 1960s. If your 1967 Mustang’s springs are the same ones it began life with, you might do yourself a favor by taking a look at the huge selection of replacement 1967 Mustang springs available from CJ Pony Parts. Even though springs aren’t a part we typically think of as being a “wear item,” several decades is longer than the Mustang’s designers intended the factory units to last. A worn set of springs will cause excessive body roll, making your car feel vague and wallow in corners. The solution is a new set of quality springs from CJ Pony Parts, which you’ll find at a great price.

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1967 Springs

1967 Mustang Spring Kits

If your car is 100 percent factory correct, and you intend to keep it that way, you won’t be forced to give up the dream today. CJ Pony Parts offers OEM-replacement 1967 Mustang springs that will make your car ride like the day it left the factory. Firmer GT-specific OEM springs are available as well as softer springs intended for use on lighter-weight six-cylinder cars.

Replacing your car’s springs is a great way to improve handling. By firming up the spring rate on your car, you’ll enjoy more responsive turn-in and better feel of the road. Install a pair of progressive-rate 1967 Mustang springs from Scott Drake to enjoy a smooth ride during daily drives and more sporting performance when you load the suspension during hard cornering. Make sure you firm up your car’s rear springs as well to keep the suspension in tune. Our five-leaf rear springs are a great way to match performance in back with a set of heavier springs up front.

What makes a modern set of replacement springs different from the originals? First, the heat-treated alloy steel being used to produce springs now is a higher-quality material than the steel used on early cars. Additionally, all modern springs use an enamel coating that resists corrosion, helping deliver a longer service life.

Get Everything You Need to Replace Your Springs

If you’re planning to replace your 1967 Mustang’s springs on your own, there are a few important parts and tools you’ll want to have around. A spring compressor is needed to safely remove your car’s factory springs. If you don’t already own one, make sure you add one to your cart before starting your project.

Suspension work calls for a number of small parts as well. If you’re not sure whether you have all the hardware you need, the experts at CJ Pony Parts have stocked an extensive selection of mounting bolts, shackles and shock tower hardware. So get on the road to a smoother ride today with a new spring kit from CJ Pony Parts!