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Old 05-25-2012, 04:21 PM   #36
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I recently added the Steeda lowering springs to my '06 GT. I think they said 1" on the front and 1.2" on the rear. Personally, I love the look of a lowered 'Stang in this body style; the off-balanced stock appearance is unattractive and offers no benefit, imho. However, that said, and even though mine isn't a daily driver I can't imagine having gone lower due to the stiffness of the ride. It's like my own personal little go-kart. Too rough for a daily driver, but for the curves and over all handling I'm happy.
Did you just do the springs? Or did you put in new links/brackets too?
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Old 05-27-2012, 10:55 AM   #37
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Did you just do the springs? Or did you put in new links/brackets too?
I just did the springs...although i'm thinking of doing the lower arms next, based on some other reviews i've read.
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