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Old 05-06-2014, 07:43 PM   #1
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Can I install lowering springs from a 99-04 GT to a my 2003 V6?
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They are the same. Here is a example.Eibach Mustang Pro-System-Plus 3517.68 (94-04 V8 Coupe, 99-04 V6 Convertible) - Free Shipping
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If they are the same, then why do they sell some lowering strings specifically for the GT and not the V6? If they were the same, wouldn't they sell them for the 99-04 in general ? Regardless if you have a V6/GT?
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If they are the same, then why do they sell some lowering strings specifically for the GT and not the V6? If they were the same, wouldn't they sell them for the 99-04 in general ? Regardless if you have a V6/GT?
It does not seem like 2 cylinders would add that much weight. On the 3.8 to 4.6 swap the wright up does not say to change the springs. I am not always 100% right. You should write or call the company to double check.
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If I install long tube headers, will I have any clearance issues if I install these lowering springs with new isolators?

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