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Old 11-22-2014, 10:36 AM   #1
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Hello. I am looking to buy a set of coil springs for my 91GT. Right now they rub in the rear when I hit a dip in the road or a bump. Can anyone tell me the best springs to get that is the 'best bang for the buck'? I've seen Eibach, Ford Racing and H & R along with many others. Not sure what to get. It is lowered already when I bought the car and it did not rub. It is also my daily driver

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Ford racing C springs will give you a mild drop. These may be the ones to get. I recently had the Sr performance springs on my 14 and its a dd. nice drop not to low


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Ok Bigshow14, any idea where to find those springs at? Thanks

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Check with the manufacturer of the rims, you may only need a 5/16 spacer. I had to get them because I didn't have enough clearance on my Bullitt rims and the MGP Black Caliper Covers.
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Would you guys recommend the ford racing lower springs that are specific or progressive rate springs? I know 1 is more stiffer than the other

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Remember you are going to need new shocks/struts if you lower and cc plates up front. Yes, they are needed to properly lower. In answer to the question, hr blues are good as are the ford springs.

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The ford racing springs are nice and not too low that you will be a low rider.


CC plates are always a great thing to have to have it set up right even on a stock car.


Shocks and struts make a huge difference like the other boys told you.
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