Mustang Speedometer Gears At CJ Pony Parts

Mustang Speedometer Gears 1964-1998

Mustang Speedometer Gears At CJ Pony Parts

A common modification for enthusiasts are aftermarket wheels and swapping rear gears for better acceleration. With that comes an incorrect speedometer reading, which can be quite annoying. Replacing your speedometer gear can alleviate that issue right off the bat. So, be sure to get your Mustang Speedometer Gears right here at CJ Pony Parts!

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Speedometer Gears

For something you look at every time (we hope) you drive your Mustang, having an incorrect speedometer reading can be extremely annoying. And if you’re not paying attention, it could get you into trouble if you may not realize you’re speeding on a public road.

Why Replace Your Mustang’s Speedometer Gear?

It could be for various reasons. Sometimes they simply break. This is a plastic gear and after 30+ years of use and abuse on a Fox Body, it isn’t surprising to see them bite the dust. More times than not, however, they need replacing due to other aftermarket modifications.

If you picked up a different set of wheels and tires for your Mustang that may have a different tire diameter than stock (most do), then you’ll need to take that account when picking up a new speedometer gear to account for the changes. Another reason could be replacing your rear gears. This is a popular option among a lot of late model Mustangs in order to get your Pony out of the hole a little quicker. A new speedometer gear will also fix this as well.

Buy your Mustang Speedometer Gears At CJ’s!

Regardless of which size speedometer gear you’re in search of, CJ Pony Parts has a vast inventory to choose from. Make sure you’re speedometer is reading correctly and give us a call at 1-800-888-6473; we’ll be happy to help you figure out which is best for your ride!