KYB Front and Rear Excel-G Shock Kit for 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.At KYB, it's all about performance and safety for the driver in mind. So why not upgrade your Mustang's suspension to KYB Excel-G shocks!
The Excel-G gas shock provides a smooth, comfortable ride with excellent control for drivers looking for maximum ride comfort. Ride comfort and control with the Excel-G is often better than when the vehicle was new. Delivering improved road feel and handling, its patented check valve maintains performance under rough road conditions.
This is the perfect shock for the classic Mustang enthusiast who wants to enjoy a smooth, Sunday cruise.
*Shock kit contains 2 front and 2 rear shocks.
*Rear shocks will fit up to 1973 model year Mustang.
Quality struts and shocks can make a difference between a comfortable ride or feeling every bump in the road. With the shocks and struts from KYB, you can be assured that you're getting the highest quality while getting the perfect components for any driving situation, whether your Mustang is used for cruising on the weekends, or racing at the track. CJ Pony Parts is proud to offer dozens of shocks and struts for your classic First Generation Mustang--browse our selection today!
Order this complete KYB Front and Rear Excel-G Shock Kit for your classic 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang today from CJ Pony Parts!
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Will these also be a direct OEM replacement for my 1970 Ranchero?
G'day, What's shipping to South Australia going to cost? I don't expect your freight shipping will include Australia. Cheers Stew
which would be better to make a stiffer rider and keep from scrubbing over potholes. these or the koni shocks?
Are these the direct OEM replacements for my 1966 GT fastback as I can't find any mention of brand or performance for the GT option heavy duty suspension and alot of the cars I see at shows have white struts. regards, Bob
Hello I have a fastback ford mustang 1966 . This shocks are correct ? Thanks you for your prompt answer Regards Alain sarnowski
how is the weigth
I have a 1965 200 six with automatic and new gas shocks. They make it wander when going over dips...not bumps. After much research I am certain it is the "charge" in the shock that is helping off-load the vehicle making it drift. Are non-gas available?
Hi. I am installing shocks to my 69 Grande. Will coilovers be a better choice than gas shocks. I would ultimately like better road holding but the price difference is big. Kindly advise
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