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Old 09-06-2013, 12:31 AM   #1
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Has anybody had any experience with these things? All three of my foxes have had this ugly rear sag and I'm sick of it. I've read that these will help. Will they hurt my traction at the strip? Does anybody have any before and after pictures? Thanks in advance.
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Has anybody had any experience with these things? All three of my foxes have had this ugly rear sag and I'm sick of it. I've read that these will help. Will they hurt my traction at the strip? Does anybody have any before and after pictures? Thanks in advance.
Not every car has that sag. I just did shocks, springs and control arms. Sits nice now I think.



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I have control arms and shocks but I don't know about my springs. What kind do you have?
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I have control arms and shocks but I don't know about my springs. What kind do you have?
eBay specials. Bought from DNA motoring. They are 1.5 lowering. Can't remember exactly but they were the spring rate I was looking for at the time and do the trick. Not too soft not too hard juuuust right. Makes no noise, comfortable and really hold the road well. A little too well. Was driving the truck this morning to the farm and almost ate the ditch. Too used to the control of the Stang. I have shocks for the truck, should break down and finally do them.
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1.5 all around?
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1.5 all around?
Yes. To be honest, after the changeout it looked higher in the rear than before. But I attribute that to age of the old springs. Prob sits proper now.
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Cool! Ill look into them. I really appreciate it
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No problem. If I had more money when I ordered them I would have prob got Eibach tho. And don't forget to order new spring isolators. I did. Now I have to pull the suspension apart again and most likely sooner than later. Have to do a clutch now.
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No problem. If I had more money when I ordered them I would have prob got Eibach tho. And don't forget to order new spring isolators. I did. Now I have to pull the suspension apart again and most likely sooner than later. Have to do a clutch now.
Just did a lil research. Springs I got are SR springs.
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