1967 Mustang Sway Bars

Mustang Sway Bars

Give Your 1967 Mustang Better Handling with Sway Bars

1967 Mustang Sway Bars

Mustang Sway Bars

Give Your 1967 Mustang Better Handling with Sway Bars

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1967 Sway Bars

Your 1967 Mustang's front and rear sway bar can help you get around corners with less body roll. Also called anti-roll or anti-sway bars, sway bars act as counterweights when your Mustang's suspension starts to lean. This keeps you more grounded and stable.

Get Noticeable Results

If you're not happy with your '67 Mustang's stock sway bars, then you may want to consider upgrading. Getting a stiffer sway bar is an easy-to-perform upgrade that delivers noticeable results.

Whether you have a big-block or small-block engine Mustang, you'll have sway bars to pick from. But it is important to pick a sway bar that will work with your layout.

Sway bar kits include everything you need for an easy upgrade, including hardware. But if you're picking a bar separately, you may want to upgrade your hardware at the same time. If you’re planning to perform this upgrade, it’s a good idea to consider a set of polyurethane bushings. Polyurethane offers improved vibration-dampening characteristics compared to your car’s factory bushings. This translates into a more direct feel from your upgraded suspension every time you make a steering input.

With the right sway bar, you'll get a crisper steering feel that you'll appreciate around every corner.

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