1967 Mustang Sway Bars
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1967 Sway Bars
When you attack a corner in your car, weight transfer causes one side of your suspension to absorb the majority of the cornering force. Your sway bar helps make that weight transfer a smooth process by transferring cornering forces between the left and right suspension members in the front and rear of your car. Upgrade to one of the many 1967 Mustang sway bars we carry at CJ Pony Parts to experience a stiffer, more responsive cornering feel. There is a variety of different diameters available, designed to help you match your car’s suspension tuning. Upgrade just one sway bar or pick up a set designed to work in unison from the manufacturer.
1967 Mustang Sway Bar KitsDo you want to give your car a crisper, more responsive feel when you turn into a corner? When upgrading your suspension, the addition of a stiffer sway bar is an easy-to-perform upgrade that will deliver noticeable results. Take a look at the different 1967 Mustang sway bars we have available and see which matches the suspension tune used on your car.
CJ Pony Parts stocks a number of 1” and 1 1/8” front 1967 Mustang sway bar kits that will give your car’s front end a little extra bite without breaking the bank. It is important to note that if you own a big-block car, you’ll need a sway bar designed specifically to fit that layout. The Scott Drake 1” sway bar kit for 1967-1970 cars is a great option. Made of high-carbon steel, this bar includes all of the hardware you’ll need to make the upgrade at home.
Rear sway bars tend to be smaller in diameter than their front-mounted cousins because they don’t handle forces from your car’s steering system. A common upgrade for the rear 1967 Mustang sway bar is to install a ¾” bar such as the one available from ADDCO.
For a comprehensive upgrade to your car’s handling, CJ Pony Parts stocks the Eibach sway bar kit, which includes both front and rear 1967 Mustang sway bars. This kit uses 1 1/8” front and 5/8” rear bars made from high-quality steel alloy for a drastic reduction in body roll — a great choice for those seeking firm handling that isn’t overly harsh on the road.
Get Everything You Need at CJ Pony PartsYour car’s sway bars mount using bushings. 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. Place your order today!
Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.