Steering

1967 Mustang Steering

Steering

If your 1967 Mustang’s steering feels sloppy, your entire driving experience is affected. Letting your steering system become too vague can even be dangerous. There are a few crucial parts that go into delivering the firm road feel and accurate feedback we expect from a well-tuned steering system. Replacing these parts can make all the difference when you take your Mustang out for a drive. Not every 1967 Mustang’s steering was boosted from the factory, but we carry parts for both manual and power steering systems. At CJ Pony Parts, you’ll find everything you need to add power steering to a car that left the factory with a manual steering system.

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1967 Steering

1967 Mustang Steering parts

Your Mustang’s steering system might seem complicated at first; however, once you understand exactly how the parts in the system work together, it makes sense. It also becomes easier to diagnose problems and select the right part for your application. Some of the major parts in the system includes:

• Rack and pinion: This is the single most important part in your Mustang’s steering system. The rack and pinion receives steering input from your steering column and transmits it to the wheels. It tells each wheel how much to turn according to driver input. Our selection of 1967 Mustang steering parts includes a number of rack and pinion options. Some more modern racks include power steering and mounts for disk brakes, while others mimic the factory original steering system for your car. Before you buy, make sure you are purchasing the correct rack for your transmission type and check to see if you need a steering column with your rack and pinion.
• Steering column: Your steering column connects the steering system on the inside of your car with the mechanical parts you don’t see under the hood. Your steering wheel mounts to it. If you’re not using a factory 1967 Mustang steering wheel, you might need to make changes to your steering column to mount an aftermarket wheel. These parts come in short or long, so make sure to measure before you buy so you get the correct size for your car.
• Power steering hydraulics: Not all 1967 Mustangs steering systems were powered. If you own a power steering car, the steering hydraulics are an important steering system component that needs to be maintained. Your hydraulics include the power steering pump, steering box, slave cylinder and control valve. We’ve got a number of options for each part available.

These are just a few of the important steering components that deliver a quality experience on the road. Contact CJ Pony Parts today if you have questions about how to equip your ride. Our experts are ready to help you put the feel back in your wheel.