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Old 06-13-2011, 11:40 AM   #1
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Lowering springs?

Hey guys,

Does anyone have any lowering springs that fit a 1995 mustang GT convertible 5.0? If so I'll be happy to buy them off of your hands!!

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Re: Lowering springs?

You need to decide which springs you want.....just buying any random springs off a random person may leave you unhappy.

Just my .02.....I hate the ride of an Eibach Sportline spring

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Old 06-13-2011, 04:31 PM   #3
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Well idc 2 in i guess and like nit ****ty ones
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I installed the Eibach Pro-kit and I love mine.
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Re: Lowering springs?

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I installed the Eibach Pro-kit and I love mine.

I've loved my Pro Kits, I've had a couple on different cars. Lower, better feel, still a decent ride.

I also highly recommend H&R

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Old 06-13-2011, 09:25 PM   #6
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I have the sportline's on my 95 vert ( not recomended by Eibac ) and I love how it looks but the ride sux. The K member brace hits everything! Plus I installed the steeda X2 balljoints which lower the front another 1/2". The car looks mean but is a b***h to get into most parking lots. I'm changing things up this summer.
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Still need a fender, headlights and bumper cover
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Re: Lowering springs?

What wheels are those?

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From Group A Wheels. ROH Snipers. A GREAT company to deal with.
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Old 06-13-2011, 11:27 PM   #10
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I love em because their NOT cobra R's or bullet wheels.
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I thought they were Snipers......never seen them on an SN95. They look good

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You have them on your GN? A guy where I use to live had them on his GN, he's the one who told me about them way back in 03-04
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Re: Lowering springs?

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You have them on your GN? A guy where I use to live had them on his GN, he's the one who told me about them way back in 03-04
Nah, I have the chrome, stock GN wheels on my car. For some reason I love the look of em when cleaned up.

I ALWAYS loved ROH Snipers on foxes.....never seen em on an SN95. They look AWESOME.

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Re: Lowering springs?

how much are a decent pair of lowering springs?
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Old 06-14-2011, 09:17 PM   #15
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$200-250 If its a daily driver get progressive rate springs. They will give you a decent ride and great handling. I've herd steeda makes a good spring.
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And don't forget to replace your spring isolators.
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