Ford Mustang Tires At CJ Pony Parts

1967 Mustang Tires

Ford Mustang Tires At CJ Pony Parts

Tires have come a long way since the first Ford Mustangs rolled off of the assembly line. Using today’s methods, a stock 1967 Mustang’s tires would have measured in as 185/75-14s. To give some comparison, the smallest tire you will find on any Mustang made after 2015 is a 235/55-18. Advances in tire construction techniques have given us high-tech radial construction, which offers improved traction and durability. Of course, for some, there’s nothing like the original. At CJ Pony Parts, we stock both modern-day radial and factory-replacement bias-ply 1967 Mustang tires that will fit your stock or modified wheels, so you can be the judge.

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1967 Tires

1967 Mustang Tire packages

Our inventory of 1967 Mustang tires gives you a number of options to choose from. Here are some details about the different styles of tires you’ll find at CJ Pony Parts:

• Period Correct: A change of tires can have dramatic effects on a car’s looks and performance. If the look you’re trying to achieve is all-original, you’ll be pleased to see that CJ Pony Parts stocks a number of vintage-look and bias-ply tire options that will have your classic looking period-correct. Thanks to the folks at U.S. Royal, you can outfit your Mustang with a set of Dual Red Line or White Sidewall tires just like the factory originals.
• Street Performance: If it’s performance you’re looking for, CJ Pony Parts offers a great selection of high-performance modern tires sized to fit your upgraded aftermarket wheels. Radial construction makes these tires from Nitto and BF Goodrich stronger, stickier and longer-lasting than their bias-ply cousins. If you want to get the most out of your Mustang in the corners, ditch the factory 1967 Mustang tires and mount up some new-age rubber.
• Drag Racing Tires: If your classic Mustang makes regular trips to the drag strip and is packing a few extra ponies under the hood, you should consider mounting up a pair of extra sticky drag slicks or semi-slicks. This will ensure all the power is being put down when you leave the hole. Mickey Thompson and Nitto are both respected names with long histories in the world of drag racing. Add a set of them to your car, and you’ll be impressed at just how much quicker your car is. Does your car do double-duty as a boulevard cruiser as well? Consider using a second set of wheels for your drag slicks to keep them from wearing down. You’ll also avoid dangerous situations such as driving in the rain on slick tires.

No matter how you drive your pony car, we have the right tires for you. Place your order today!