1968 Mustang Steering
If your 1968 Mustang’s steering system doesn’t deliver the on-center, responsive feel you know it should, it might be time to make some repairs or invest in a new steering system. While some 1968 Mustangs left the factory with hydraulic power steering, if your car uses an unassisted manual rack, there’s never been a better time to upgrade. We carry both hydraulic and electric 1968 Mustang power steering conversion kits, and many of them are a great first step into making the disc brake upgrade you’ve always wanted for your car’s front end. Even if it’s just a small repair you need to make, you’ll find a great selection of small parts so you can get just what you need without overspending.
1968 Mustang Steering ComponentsToday, many car manufacturers are transitioning away from the hydraulic power steering systems that were once common on most cars and installing electric power steering systems instead. Unfortunately for them, many of these new high-tech systems lack the feedback and road feel we’ve come to expect from performance cars. If you own a car with power steering, you know the 1968 Mustang’s steering system is an example of the hydraulic steering arrangement that set the standard.
If you’re ready to step up to a new hydraulic power steering system, we can make the job easy thanks to a huge selection of rack-and-pinion assemblies from Rod and Custom, Flaming River and more. Using all of the modern technology you’ll find on the latest performance cars, these replacement assemblies come with or without disc brake hubs, allowing you to upgrade your car’s stopping performance at the same time as you do its steering.
Breathe New Life Into Your SteeringMaybe your 1968 Mustang’s steering system is already powered, but lately it’s been feeling less powerful than you’re used to. You’ll want to check out our selection of power steering pumps and power steering pump parts. Whether you just need to replace the seal gasket and return hose on your existing unit, or it’s time to swap the old one out for a replacement, the experts at CJ Pony Parts are here to help.
Your 1968 Mustang’s steering column plays an important role — it transmits your input from the wheel to your front axle, and it also houses your ignition column. If your car has recently been re-keyed, or if you’ve had the unfortunate luck of a break-in, we can help you get back on the road with a new column or replacement ignition cylinder.
Contact us today for more information about how you can bring your 1968 Mustang’s steering system back to its former glory!
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