Set of Choke Tubes for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with a V8 Engine and 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with a 2-Barrel Carbureted 289 or 302 V8 Engine.You want to be confident you'll get a reliable, consistent start in your Mustang every time you turn the key. Among other parts, the choke tube contributes to a steady, rich fuel combustion and even, uniform starts. Old, corroded or missing choke tubes can cause problems starting your car as well as inhibit your car from running rich and full.
This set of Choke Tubes for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with a V8 Engine and all 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with a 2-Barrel Carbureted 289 or 302 V8 Engine are available in Original Steel and also Stainless Steel versions. These choke tubes will fit directly in place of the faulty old stock choke tubes and be a steadfast original style replacement that will not only look great, but function more than efficiently as well. These choke tubes run from the passenger side exhaust manifold and directly over in to the carburetor. One tube fits into the top of the manifold and the second tube will fit into the bottom side of the manifold.
So if you still have the original choke tubes installed in your 1965-1966 Mustang with a V8 engine or in any 1967-1973 Mustang with a 2-barrel carbureted 289 or 302 V8 engine, then chances are they are rusted, warped or damaged in some way that they need replacing. This original style replacement set of choke tubes is the perfect part for the job. Place your order online now from CJ Pony Parts or call us anytime and speak with a helpful sales representative!
The two pieces are bent differently than my old, rusty originals, but with a little tweaking I made them work. Missing from what is pictured, my package did not include the rubber hose or the clip, I just used the old ones.
Ordered part for my 1966 Mustang. It fit perfectly right out of the box. Shipment of part was fast! All fittings already on part so right out of the box and onto the engine!
Be carefull with this one. I know on my 65 mustang I tried to attach it to the carb using the nut and slip-on ferrel but it didn't work. What I had to do was to use the nut only and use my flaring tool to flare the end of the steel line so that it would work. On the 68 mustang, there is an adapter fitting that goes on the carb so you can use the nut and ferrel and not have to flare the line.
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