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Old 03-30-2013, 09:38 AM   #1
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Best springs for vert

Hey guys I got my tax refund, and I want to buy lowering springs that will lower my car 1.5". But I can't find any that will lower my vert that much. And it's almost summer and I want my car to look good so please help!!
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Try to find a set of eibachs, around a 1-1.25" drop. They'll drop a little more as they wear in and settle. And eibachs are great springs and not real expensive.

If that's not something you wanna do, check on steeda or americanmuscle .com. also try summit racing or some of the spring company's sites to see if they have an order option thru them directly.

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Id list some more spring company's but honestly I don't really know any except eibach and skunk2.. those are the only ones I've worked with.
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I was thinking oh gettin these but it's only 1.1" drop
http://www.americanmuscle.com/eibach...-04-coupe.html
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I've seen those on a couple cars and you can definately tell the difference. but like I said, once they're in and the cars sitting on them the car will drop a little more once they get past the break in period, so 1.1" could end up being 1.5+"

Are you lowering it just for looks? I'm just wondering, I like the look of a lowered stang, but if its just for looks just think of the cons as well. At stock ride height on my 95 I scrape and bottom out quite a lot around the town I live in..
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It's for looks mostly I just hate seeing wheel gap.
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It's for looks mostly I just hate seeing wheel gap.
H&R is the area you want to be in I got them on my stang and man she rides amazing and the drop was good you should check them out
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I'm not a big fan of wheel gap but around here id rather get a slightly larger wheel than try to lower it.. lol pothole capital of ohio..
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I'm not a big fan of wheel gap but around here id rather get a slightly larger wheel than try to lower it.. lol pothole capital of ohio..
I got 17" wheels that I'm puttin on for the summer so I might just go with eibachs
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Right on, whichever direction you decide to go, post up some pics.
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