Mustang Pitman Arms 1964-1973
Mustang Pitman Arms 1964-1973
- ACP Pitman Arm With Power Steering Mustang 1971-1973$90.29 Regular Price $128.99
- Classic Performance Products Steering Linkage Kit Complete V8 Mustang 1965-1966$427.76 Regular Price $440.99
- Pitman Arm With 1" Outer Diameter Sector Shaft Mustang V8 1965-1966/ Early 1967$76.49 Regular Price $89.99
- Pitman Arm With 1-1/8" Shaft Manual Steering Mustang 1967-1970$77.22 Regular Price $81.28
- Classic Performance Products Steering Linkage Kit Complete Granada Spindle Mustang V8 1965-1966$374.41 Regular Price $385.99
- Classic Performance Products Pitman Arm 400 Series Mustang 1967-1970$187.20 Regular Price $192.99
- Classic Performance Products Pitman Arm 400 Series Mustang V8 1965-1966$94.05 Regular Price $99.00
- Steering Shaft U-Joint 3/4" DD X 9/16" 26 Spline Black Steel$33.29 Regular Price $36.99
Aside from having to obey the local traffic laws, when you get behind the wheel or your Ford Mustang, you are the boss! If you want to make a right turn, simply turn the steering wheel to the right, and you are on your way. If you wish to go left, the car will follow your intentions as soon as you turn the wheel in that direction.
While it is nice to have the ultimate power at your disposal, have you ever wondered how your Mustang steering system works? How exactly can the turn of a steering wheel inside the cabin cause your Mustang wheels to follow suit in the same direction? Well, that is where the Mustang pitman arms come into play!
The Mustang pitman arm is an essential part of a car’s steering system, and one of the most common parts associated with steering-related issues if it is not properly maintained. Attached on one side to the steering gear, Ford Mustang pitman arms move in a circular motion, with help of the ball joint.
The ultimate goal of the Mustang pitman arms is to convert the rotational motion of the sector shaft into linear motion, which will cause the car to steer either to the left or the right, based off of which direction that you are turning the steering wheel. Also attached to the steering box on one end, the Mustang pitman arms help pivot the idler arms on the passenger side, in order to intensify the horizontal movement of the wheels.
If you notice any unusual motion with your wheels as you are turning the car, a failed Mustang pitman arm might be the culprit. Similarly, failing Mustang pitman arms can cause your muscle car to not respond to your commands when you are turning the wheel. If your vehicle is pulling hard one side or the other, the root of your problem likely lies with a worn out Mustang pitman arm. If you are having any difficulties steering your car in more than one direction, it would be wise to start shopping around for aftermarket Mustang pitman arms.
Find the Best Mustang Pitman Arms at CJ Pony Parts
Are you restoring your First Generation Mustang? If so, don’t neglect your steering system! If you want your classic pony to run as awesome as it looks, be sure to locate the correct Mustang pitman arm for your particular car. Luckily for you, CJ Pony Parts offers a selection of Mustang pitman arms that can help your classic muscle car properly steer once again. CJ’s features quality Ford Mustang pitman arms for either manual or power steering systems.
The Mustang pitman arms available at CJ Pony Parts are quality reproductions that will directly fit into its predecessor’s place, between the steering box sector shaft and the center link. These premium replacement Ford Mustang pitman arms are manufactured to OEM specifications, which will ensure an exact fit, and save you both time and effort during the installation process. Be sure to check on the parts’ specific measurements before you purchase any Mustang pitman arms from CJ’s.
Once you have selected a new Mustang pitman for your pony car, why not touch up the rest of your vehicle’s outdated steering system? While you’re on the site, feel free to browse through CJ Pony Parts’ array of Mustang slave cylinders, tie rods, and more!