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Old 02-22-2005, 09:38 PM   #1
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I have 02 convertable and am looking for a 1.25 -1.5 inch drop, any other vert owners use these or somthing else?
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im not sure what vert owners use let me look into it.
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they are 210 dollars for that price i suggest h&r springs or eibachs
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they are 210 dollars for that price i suggest h&r springs or eibachs
I wondered if a vert dropped different than the coupe

Also I cant seem to find the drop I want in h&r or eibachs (1.25 -1.5) im worried 1.5 will be too low, I dont want to buy c/c plates.
I do have a set of mach1 tokicos to pair up with the springs.
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yeah with a 1.5 drop you will need c/c plates, and the mach 1 yokicos will be fine with the drop you want
this is what i reccomend
http://www.stangsuspension.com/store...p?idproduct=61
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Well everbody is different. Some run Eibach, H&R Ford Racing it is up to you which springs you want to go with.


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I think I will cut the rear dead coil and use the c-springs that I have, at least for now see what that looks like.

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i have an 03 vert. and im looking into springs but i really dont want a drop so drastic as 1.5in.. im thinking just .75 in.. bc i already bottomed out hard enough to break the lil plastic guard that suppose to protect the underbody in the front. however.. with a new spring .75in. drop and other suspension upgrades would CC plates be a necessity.. do they help suspension that much?
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i have an 03 vert. and im looking into springs but i really dont want a drop so drastic as 1.5in.. im thinking just .75 in.. bc i already bottomed out hard enough to break the lil plastic guard that suppose to protect the underbody in the front. however.. with a new spring .75in. drop and other suspension upgrades would CC plates be a necessity.. do they help suspension that much?
You should just use the c-springs thats about the drop you will get if you dont cut and use your isolators.]

And you wont need c/c plates, no problem

Ill sell you a brand new set still in the box if your interested
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C springs will give you 1.2-1.3 all around, having a convertable you may not need to cut the rear springs (but im sure you will the weight is not that much more ) so i would install them with out cutting and then cut a half coil and see hwo that works... i doubt you will need more than half a coil on the backs cut.
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