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Old 03-21-2013, 02:41 AM   #1
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any opinions about the setup?

So im getting all the parts to do my suspension on my 94 gt just curious what you guys think.

Ford b lowering springs
energy suspension front control arm bushings
energy suspension sway bar end links
Steeda X2 lower ball joints
Summit Racing Upr & Lwr control arms
energy suspension front and back spring isolators
Energy suspension sway bar bushings

Put on new shocks a month ago and have had the M&M CC plates installed for a few months now. I Know i still have stock sway bars(in the future.. I'm Married) but she has 184k and everything is original. Is there anything I'm missing. Any advice or pointers would be great never have done suspension before.
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Sounds like a good list. When you do the rear uppers and lowers it helps to put some grease on the sides if the bushings to help slide them in place. Would also help to have a friend help you.
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Also wouldnt burt to reinforce the torque boxes to help bold all that newly found traction. Durin the. Control arm install woukd be tbe easiest time to do it. If you know how to weld I have a schematic somewhere on how to make your own. That is if they are the same as the fox.
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I am going to get some subframe connectors soon to help tighten things up. May want to add to your list...
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Old 03-21-2013, 11:34 AM   #5
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+1 on subframe connectors as well. Btw, have fun getting those 184k old ball joints out. Also I had the hardest time tightening the hub assembly onto the X2s without spinning ball joint itself. Had to hammer it onto the ball joint like crazy.
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I'm cheating having all the bearings and ball joints pressed in and out at a shop. Any tips or tricks for doing the front. Assembly and disassembly. Planning on doing it on a Sunday myself when wife and kids are gone for the day. Thanks for the heads up on the battle box and the sub frame though guys.
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