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Old 06-26-2014, 08:06 AM   #1
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Coil Spring Replacement?

I have a 94 Mustang GT and I'm trying to figure out if my car is sagging. I am replacing the shocks and struts anyways so should I bother replacing the springs? I have no reason to believe the springs need to be replaced except for the fact that my car is 20 years old and now has 100,000 miles. Please let me know if you have any advice. Thanks. Also, does anyone know what the stock springs are? I've been having a hell of a time finding them and I do not want to lower it on purpose. Thanks.
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Any info and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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Naw springs don't really "go bad". Replace the shocks and struts and you should be fine.
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I've got a 94 GT also that I just changed the Shocks & Struts on. Feels way different now.
That's more than likely your issue.

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I've got a 94 GT also that I just changed the Shocks & Struts on. Feels way different now.
That's more than likely your issue.
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Shocks and struts will make a world of difference.

Also check all the bushings as that is something that gets overlooked but will tighten up the car big time as the stock rubbers one disintegrate.
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