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Old 09-13-2008, 01:54 AM   #1
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Roush Springs

I just won a set of Roush Lowering Springs for my V6. I got them from Ebay. $99.00 plus $10.00 shipping. Man what a steal. 31 left. get yours asap

eBay Motors: ROUSH lowering springs for a 99-04 Mustang V6 (item 280233657227 end time Oct-03-08 05:58:58 PDT)
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Re: Roush Springs

That looks sketchy... Besides who the **** cant ship to a certain state... What kind of ****ty business are they running?? Please someone enlighten me on how you can ship to the other 49 states and not WA state??
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The seller has a 100% positive feed back. I only buy from sellers with 95% or better feed back. I am not sure why he wouldn't be able to ship to Washington. Email the seller and find out.
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Be cautious. Just because they have good feedback doesnt make them true Roush springs, theyll still drop the vehicle, and theyll still function like any other spring. Id contact them and ask for a part number and better photos and contact Roush about them. If they have 31 sets, Im sure Roush would be able to tell you weather there legit or not. Best of luck!
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I dont want them anyways. I have a GT and appearantly those are v6 springs... Anyways, I live in wa and just thought it was completely stupid that they "can't" ship here.
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Re: Roush Springs

I've gotten a couple of things from them , a tool kit and those springs everything has come in Roush boxes.



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Re: Roush Springs

I am not sure why they say V6 springs only as far as I knew 99-04 springs were the same for both a V6 and a GT. Must be a spring rate issue. But on Roush's website the state V6 only.

GTr Tech, you have any before and after pictures of your ride with the springs?
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its because the GT has a touring suspension different from the v6. And just cuz it says roush on the box doesnt mean there legit.
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rate/drop/progressive or linear? these are questions you must answer before you buy springs.
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got my springs in today. probably will do the install next month.
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Re: Roush Springs

Mine aren't in yet, I was planning to replace the shocks and struts also , but I kind of got sidetracked buying some shop tools.
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Re: Roush Springs

I am thinking about getting the Steeda upper and lower control arms and camber caster plates before I do the install.
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I am thinking about getting the Steeda upper and lower control arms and camber caster plates before I do the install.
I definately recommend the caster/camber plates. The control arms aren't as important. Maybe upgrade your stuts and shocks instead. It might be money better spent.
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you might be able to get away with using camber bolts, I have a pair of kenny brown caster + plates for when ever I get around to putting the springs in.
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Re: Roush Springs

it is only 1.5in drop up front so maybe I can get away with just camber bolts. But I rather be safe then sorry and do the camber/caster plates. Besides the control arms I do plan on upgrading the shocks/struts as well. the sway bars I will do last. it depends on my budget. I want to supercharge my car soon.
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