1967 Mustang Struts and Shocks
Do you want to give your classic Mustang supple road feel that lets you know just how far you can push it into a corner? Would you like to see how much fun it is to drive a vintage car with the confidence-inspiring handling of a modern machine? The first step is to replace your 1967 Mustang’s struts and shocks with upgraded units from CJ Pony Parts. With equipment from manufacturers that bring racetrack knowledge to the street — such as Koni, KYB and Lakewood — your car will experience a revolution in handling prowess. You’ve seen it done before by professional tuners, but you don’t need to have a show-winning car to enjoy spirited cornering. These parts are available today at great prices thanks to CJ Pony Parts.
1967 Struts & Shocks
1967 Mustang Struts and ShocksYour car’s struts and shocks play a huge role in the way it behaves going down the road. The aftermarket offers a wide variety of 1967 Mustang struts and shocks. At CJ Pony Parts, we’re ready to help you outfit your car for any application at any price point. Some of the most popular 1967 Mustang strut and shock upgrades we carry include:
• Individual front and rear shocks: With options available from Koni, Lakewood, KYB, Scott Drake and more, we have affordable OEM-replacement shocks and high-performance adjustable units that will mount using your factory hardware. If you’ve never serviced your 1967 Mustang’s shocks and struts, you’ll want to consider a replacement pair to restore body control and improve cornering grip.
• Coil over kits: A coil over kit replaces your 1967 Mustang’s struts and shocks with a matched one-piece unit. These kits are built for speed and feature a number of adjustments. You can set your car up for a smooth ride on Saturday and dial it in for the win at the track on Sunday.
• Air shocks: For the ultimate in a plush ride and absolute adjustability — not to mention outrageous style — install a set of adjustable air shocks. Air shock systems are driven by a compressor, usually mounted in your car’s trunk. This configuration allows you to add or remove air to your dampers, thereby raising or lowering your car’s ride height. You can be riding low at the touch of a button and then quickly bring things back up to a safe height for canyon carving.