With gas prices as high as they are today, your Mustang gas tank contains an extremely valuable commodity. Therefore, you will likely want to make sure that your Mustang gas tank is in top working condition, so you aren’t wasting any valuable fuel. While your Mustang fuel tank seems like a pretty simple product, there’s plenty that can go wrong with it, especially in older Mustangs.
The biggest potential problem with a Mustang gas tank is rust and corrosion that can lead to leaking valuable fuel. Your Mustang fuel tank can also get damaged and dented from accidents or road debris, which reduces capacity and could damage the internal components that distribute fuel to your motor. Whether your Mustang gas tank is dented or corroded, though, you want to make sure you fix the problem, so your broken Mustang fuel tank isn’t costing you any extra money in gas.
Typically, fixing problematic Mustang gas tanks requires replacement of the Mustang fuel tank, and may require replacement of the sending unit, filler hose and/or the hardware. To that end, there are many Mustang gas tank products available to fix your specific problem. For every Mustang from 1965 to 1997, CJ Pony Parts offers a replacement Mustang gas tank. For many classic Mustangs, there are several replacement Mustang fuel tank options, including standard tanks, premium tanks with a heavier rust coating, and stainless steel tanks.
CJ Pony Parts also offers any other part you might need for your Mustang gas tank, including fuel sending units, filler pipes, gaskets and hardware. Many of these parts are also bundled into easy to order kits, which include everything necessary to replace your Mustang fuel tank and completely upgrade your fuel system. Order online at the CJ Pony Parts website, or give our sales team a call to order over the phone.