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Old 03-15-2013, 09:35 AM   #1
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Well I did the springs, struts,shocks, isolaters and anti roll- sway bar and my foxbody still leans way too low on the left side .... Mainly the rear. I'm starting to feel defeated... Spent the cash hoping new suspension would fix it.... Anybody know what to do next????
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Did you install the springs correctly? Has that car ever been in an accident before? How long has it leaned for? What year foxbody?
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l would take it to a shop that does suspensions.Look up a good place that a lot of mustang guys go to in your area.Get them to lift it and see what they recommend (its Free) and you might get your best answer that way.
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Could be slightly bent rear control arms on that side, that's if they're still stock but foxes tend to lean a bit on that side maybe coil spacer ?? On one side
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Do you have a pic?
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I put coil spacers n.... It seems to b better but still leaning... Also somebody told me coil spacers can break my springs. Think I'm gonna lower the control arm and put a poly spacer now.
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