Convertible Top Power Hydraulic Cylinder for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Convertible Mustangs with a Power Top.
If your 1965-1970 Mustang Convertible is in need of a new hydraulic cylinder for its power top, then you're in the right place! This Convertible Top Power Hydraulic Cylinder is a great way to safely raise and lower your convertible top when the convertible top switch is triggered. It'll fit on either the driver side or passenger side. You'll get one hydraulic cylinder with your order, and your Mustang will require two of these.
After many years on the road, the convertible top on your Mustang may need a few parts or complete replacement to keep protecting the interior on rainy days and to open properly when the weather is nice. CJ Pony Parts stocks plenty of parts to fix up or completely replace the convertible top on your Mustang, so you can keep enjoying it for years to come!
Order a Convertible Top Power Hydraulic Cylinder for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Convertible Mustang with a Power Top from CJ Pony Parts today!
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how do I remove the rear side panel 1967 convertible to get to the hydraulic cyclinder
Do I have to dismount the entire roof frame to replace this cylinder?
these conv. top cylinders. 65 mustang..i have a 65 falcon are they the same
Can you tell me what the warranty is on this product for a 1966 Mustang?
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If the power top on your 1964 through 1970 Mustang is not operating properly, many times it is the hydraulic cylinder. Your car uses two of these to put the top up and down. If one of these fail, it can make the top go up and down slowly. If they both fail, it may not go up or down at all.
These are direct replacements for your original cylinders. They're going to mount using the factory mounts, and use the original hydraulic lines for both in and out.
When replacing your power top cylinders, it's a good time to replace the power top lines as well. Your motor can usually hear if it's working so that's not usually a problem, and if your top is not going up and down, usually the cylinders or the lines are at fault.