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Old 03-13-2012, 10:51 PM   #1
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Whats all needed to lower my stang ?

Alright guys looking at lowering my stang got any suggestions ? What's all needed to lower the car? Do I just have to purchase the springs ?
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If you are close or over 50k I'd suggest getting new shocks n struts if nit ride will b rough, depending on drop (over 1 1/2 ") your rear end will be out of alignment so you will need a adj Pan hard bar, then no matter what you will need camber bolts... But if money is no issue go with caster camber plates because the cam bolts will easily allow for bumps to make your alignment get out if wack...

I just dropped mine... And slowly got everything else later
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I dropped mine 1.5" with the ford k springs and my back end was fine. Anything more and you will want an adjustable panhard bar.

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I got the frpp fr3 kit from ford racing. It has shocks, struts, springs, swaybars, and a strut tower brace. I got a killer deal on mine but many others will recommend other setups.
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I would love to have that set up
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What's the average cost for that setup ?
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It goes for like $1400 to $1500. It doesn't just lower the car though. It also greatly improves handling. You can definitely lower it for less than that, but my stang rides like its on rails.
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