1967 Mustang Transmission
Your car’s transmission is one of the most important components to maintain if you want to enjoy years of performance from your Mustang. At CJ Pony Parts, we know what it takes to keep your ride shifting right. We stock complete 1967 Mustang transmissions as well as a great selection of 1967 Mustang transmission parts. With complete assemblies in both manual and automatic varieties, along with a comprehensive selection of transmission parts, we can help you rebuild your aging four-on-the-floor or just give your car’s cabin some attitude with a new Hurst shifter. Transmissions are complicated, so read on for more details about some of the most important transmission parts on your car.
1967 Mustang Transmissions & Transmission PartsIf you’re planning to perform a complete replacement of your 1967 Mustang’s transmission, you’ll find a selection of automatic and manual transmissions that are ready to mount, including racing transmissions. In many cases, it’s not necessary to spend the large amount required to replace your entire transmission.
Let’s go over just a few of the most important transmission parts to keep in good condition so you can enjoy your car:
• Clutches and torque converters: Your transmission’s job is to transmit power to the rear wheels, and this is the piece that does it. On manual-transmission cars, your clutch allows you to engage and disengage your car’s transmission when you come to a stop. There are different types of clutches available depending on how much power your car makes and how aggressive you like to drive. For folks with automatic transmissions, the torque converter performs a similar function to the clutch. Torque converters are designed to transmit only some power to the wheels until you are ready to drive at speed. Like clutches, there are high-performance versions available, and we have a great selection of them at CJ Pony Parts.
• Flywheels and flex plates: These parts are the companion piece to your clutch or torque converter. A manual-transmission car will have a flywheel, and an automatic will use a flex plate. Often, factory flywheels are heavier than necessary, making this a great place to save weight. The use of a lightened flywheel will let your motor rev more freely and is a common practice on performance cars.
• Driveshafts: Connecting your 1967 Mustang’s transmission to its differential is the job of your car’s driveshaft. It might seem like a simple job, but if this part fails, you have no way to put power down. It’s important to make sure your driveshaft and its accompanying hardware — the driveshaft yoke and universal joint — are in good condition.
• Shifters: As the only part of the transmission that you actually come into contact with, your car’s shifter should make a statement about the kind of driving you do. Our selection of 1967 Mustang transmission parts includes shifter cables and small parts for manuals and automatics. So, go ahead and mount up that Hurst shifter today. Or, maybe you’re more of the five-speed manual type.
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