Premium Quality Chrome Export Brace for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.
The export brace on your 1965-1970 Mustang is an important part of its suspension. It helps support your Mustang's body as you're driving down rough roads, and it also helps strengthen your Pony's front end. So when you need a new export brace, check out this premium-quality export brace, available today from CJ Pony Parts!
Features & Benefits:
- Premium-Quality Chrome-Plated Finish
- Strengthens the Front End of Your 1965-1970 Mustang
- Reduces Shock Tower Fatigue and Cracking
- Great Way to Dress Up Your Engine Bay
This Premium-Quality Chrome Export Brace has a lovely chrome-plated finish and will strengthen the front end of your Mustang too. It also reduces shock tower fatigue and cracking, not to mention it's also a great way to dress up your Pony's engine bay! You should notice an improvement in your ride quality after you're done installing this brace.
Tech Tip: Jacking up the vehicle may help properly align the bolt holes on the shock towers, making installation easier.
Are you having trouble locating that hard-to-find export brace for an older Mustang? Your search ends right here at CJ Pony Parts! A properly fitting export brace will strengthen your vehicle’s front end, helping performance, while also reducing shock tower fatigue and cracking!
Order a Premium-Quality Chrome Export Brace for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Will it fit in my 67 falcon sports coupe?
Got a 1969 Fastback with a shaker hood and would like to know what Export brace will work for my application
WILL THIS PART FIT 68-69 FAIRLANE OR FALCON?
my 64 1/2 has a short arm coming off the shock tower that has two bolts on it that bolts to the old brace., do I leave the short brace on the shock tower or do I cut them off and the new export brace fits over them? Thanks Jim
My orginal 65 has what appears to be a spot welded section on each shock tower, to fit your one peice brace do i have to remove the original shock tower brace section?
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This is the standard reproduction of the '64 - '70 brace we've carried for years. It mounts to the pinch weld below your cowl using four factory bolts here with three outside bolts from out underneath the shock tower caps. There's an additional stamping in here to create a little bit of strength to add strength to the brace. This is our new premium quality brace for your '64 - '70 Mustang. As you can see, the chrome finish is a much higher quality than the standard reproduction. The edging inside the stamping is also much deeper which is also going make it stronger. It also has a much sharper edge inside the cup that mounts underneath the shock tower cap creating additional strength on the tower. You lay them side by side you see how much deep the mounting surface is on the premium export brace. You also take note, the holes are equal distant from the center where on our reproduction piece it's very close to the center and could fail over time.
We've taken the liberty of cutting both of our export braces in half so we can show you the difference on how the metals actually stand. With the standard reproduction, you can see it has ridges but it's nearly flat. On our premium reproduction, the ridges are much more pronounced which will create much more strength in your breaks. We're out here in the shop with a '67 convertible recently restored by CJ Pony Service. We used the premium export brace on this car to see how well it fits back on your pinch weld, also how well it fits underneath the shock tower cap. The chrome brace works well with all the other polished surfaces in the engine to really make it pop. No matter what model of '64 - '70 Mustang you drive, an export brace is a good idea to stiffen up the front chassis. While this brace will do a good job, if you want something that fits better, has a nicer finish to it and is going to be stronger overall, I suggest checking out our premium export brace.