Classic Tube Complete Brake Line Kit for 1967 V8 Mustangs with Power Disc Brakes Built After 2/1967.
While restoring a classic 1967 V8 Mustang, chances are the brake lines are going to be the original lines. They may be rusted and corroded and in need of being replaced. Not to worry, CJ Pony Parts has your covered with this Complete Brake Line Kit from Classic Tube! This brake line kit was manufactured for 1967 V8 Mustangs with Power Disc Brakes Built After 2/1967.
- Correct Bends and Fittings
- Stainless Steel or Original Steel Lines
- Complete Kit for Front and Rear Brakes
This brake line kit from Classic Tube is an all-in-one kit for 1967 V8 Mustangs with power disc brakes that were built after February of 1967. This kit will include brake lines for the front and rear of your Mustang as well as the intermediate lines. You have the option to choose whether you want the kit to come in original steel or stainless steel. Original steel lines will provide a more factory, vintage look for your Mustang while the stainless steel lines offer more protection against corrosion and will last longer. All the lines in this kit come with the correct bends and fittings, making installation of your new brake lines a breeze!
Please Note: The larger brake lines come bent in the middle of the line by the manufacturer to make the line shippable.
There are lots of fluids in your Mustang. From gasoline, engine oil, steering fluid, antifreeze and more, there's lots of liquid moving around your engine bay. Allowing these fluids to do their jobs requires the proper tubing. No one makes more tubes for your Mustang than Classic Tube. CJ Pony Parts offers hundreds of tubes from Classic Tube, so you easily find exactly what you need for any job.
Order this Classic Tube Complete Brake Line Kit for your 1967 V8 Mustang with Power Disc Brakes Built After 2/1967 from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Hi I have a 67 390 with front discs & rear drums. Will this kit work? Thanks Jack
My car is a 67 Shelby GT350, late production (5-11-67), the round proportioning valve in the back over the differential and a nine inch rear. Is this kit correct for this car?
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