Dynacorn Bumper Bracket Kit 1967-1968

CJ's Part Number: BBK5
MSRP: $112.92

Regular Price: $109.99

Special Price: $87.99

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Product Description

Dynacorn Bumper Bracket Kit for all 1967-1968 Mustangs.

Before you install your new, gorgeous chrome bumpers, you may want to consider replacing your original bumper brackets. Here at CJ Pony Parts, we have put together this complete kit of premium quality Dynacorn bumper brackets, making this task simple and rewarding.

Dynacorn's bumper bracket kit includes front inner and outer bumper brackets, front fender to bumper brackets and rear bumper brackets. As well as all of the brackets needed to hang both bumpers.

Kit includes 8 total pieces.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Just aren't right
When you read other reviews and they say you won't just be able to bolt these on, listen! I bought these in the hopes that they would fit perfectly and I would be able to get my project on the road but in reality they're pretty off. I bought a brand new front valence molded to production specs and these brackets are rubbing off paint while I was trying to install them. I really hope an employee of CJ Pony parts tries to put these on his car and then realizes that they've been doing it improperly.
Al July 6, 2014
Just OK
Don't expect to just bolt these on. A fair amount of modifictaion was required to get these to fit properly. The passenger side needed the round tube cut and rewelded on the frame bracket. It was off by a 1/2" compared to the driver side and made the bumper stick out way too far. I also slotted out a lot of the holes to allow more adjustability when mounting the bumper. These are a sturdy reproduction of the original peices, but it seems the production tolerances need to be tightened up at the factory.
Greg March 23, 2014
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