1966 Mustang Suspension

Mustang Suspension 1964-2021

Tune Up Your 1966 Mustang's Suspension for a Better Ride

1966 Mustang Suspension

Mustang Suspension 1964-2021

Tune Up Your 1966 Mustang's Suspension for a Better Ride

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1966 Suspension

It's normal for your 1966 Mustang's suspension system to lose a little of its spring over time. Fortunately, by repairing and replacing some worn-out parts, you can return it to the great handling you remember. Or you can even upgrade your Mustang's suspension further. Classic Mustangs with modern suspensions blend performance and vintage good looks perfectly.

Update or Upgrade?

Replacing wear-and-tear items like your shocks and struts is a normal part of car ownership. Control arms with too much play and bushings that have lost their firmness also need to be replaced. But some owners opt to replace these items with upgrades instead of simple replacements. Making the change to adjustable shocks and struts or coilovers can improve your classic Mustang's handling.

Some items like sway bars help to reduce your Mustang's body roll. This makes your handling around corners more stable. Not only is this more enjoyable, it's also safer and better for performance.

With a few fixes, your 1966 Mustang's suspension should have all the responsiveness you remember. You can also use suspension upgrades to customize your Mustang's handling capabilities to suit your unique driving style.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.