1967 Mustang Suspension

Mustang Suspension 1964-2021

Tighten Up Your 1967 Mustang's Suspension for Better Handling

1967 Mustang Suspension

Mustang Suspension 1964-2021

Tighten Up Your 1967 Mustang's Suspension for Better Handling

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1967 Suspension

The suspension in your 1967 Mustang has three important jobs. It affects your ability to corner, your stance, and your overall handling. If it's not performing any one of these three jobs, then it's time to look at how to make your Mustang's suspension work for you.

Lowering a Mustang is a great way to improve handling. If done correctly, it can also have a positive effect on your Mustang's appearance. You can lower your Mustang with coilovers or lowering springs.

To eliminate body flex, you may want to consider an export brace or subframe connectors. These can help give your classic Mustang's body some rigidity that will make corners seem easier. Sway bars are another great way to reduce body roll and understeer.

Another great suspension upgrade is simply to replace items like shocks and struts with improved versions. Adjustable shocks and struts give you more control over how firm your suspension is, and they can install as easily as replacements shocks and struts would. Likewise, replacing your original rubber bushings with poly versions can improve their firmness without requiring any modifications.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.