CJ Classics Strut Rod Bracket In Weld-Thru Primer Passenger Side Mustang 1965-1966

CJ Classics:
3640TWT
Rating:
100% of 100

Highlights

  • Lower Distortion of Panels
  • Stamped Steel Construction
  • OEM-Style Replacement
  • Weld-Thru Primer
MSRP $59.99
$50.34
You save 16%

CJ Classics Passenger Side Strut Rod Bracket in Weld-Thru Primer for 1965 and 1966 Mustangs.

Are you repairing large portions of rust on your 1965-1966 Mustang? Why not replace the damaged parts with premium ones, like this CJ Classics Passenger Side Strut Rod Bracket 3640TWT in Weld-Thru Primer. CJ Classics' premium-quality strut rod bracket is a direct replacement for your damaged or rusted original. The strut rod bracket runs diagonally from the front crossmember to the front frame rail and the threaded end of the strut rod end attaches to this bracket.

This OEM-style, direct-fit replacement strut rod bracket is constructed of high-quality sheet metal. It will arrive to you in CJ Classics' patented Weld-Thru Primer to help protect the metal and provide additional durability. There are many advantages of the weld-thru primer, such as preventing resin build up between welds that can trap moisture in the old porous steel, resulting in failure at the weld borders. Lower resistance at the weld surface also allows better penetration into the denser, new steel that helps forgive an old alloy's problems with porosity and impurities.

Features and Benefits:
- Weld-Thru Primer Reduces Prep Time and Splatter
- Lower Distortion of the Panels
- Superior Conductive Properties Minimize High Heat Zone Issues
- Beneficial When Welding a New Panel to Old Metal
- Eliminates Corrosion Between Overlapped Panels or Multi-Layered Spot Welds
- OEM-Style, Direct-Fit Replacement

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Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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