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Old 01-14-2013, 08:04 AM   #1
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Eibach pro kit or Ford K?

Trying to to lower the pony but I'm undecided either to get the Eibach pro kit or the Ford K springs. Any suggestions? I'm also getting camber plates with the springs.
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Also get an adjustable pan hard bar.
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Also get an adjustable pan hard bar.
Why? I have the k springs and mine stayed so entered?
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Also get an adjustable pan hard bar.
I heard it wasn't necessary if lowering less than 1.5"
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I heard it wasn't necessary if lowering less than 1.5"
Those are camber plates. If youre 1.5" or lower you can just use bolts.
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You don't need camber plates unless you are going lower than a 1.5 inch drop, the cheaper bolt kit will work fine.
I have the Eibach Pro system and love it, I also have not heard anything bad about the Ford springs, I think Eibach is the company that makes the Ford springs, I could be wrong though. As far as price and quality you won't go wrong with Eibach. Good luck.
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You don't need camber plates unless you are going lower than a 1.5 inch drop, the cheaper bolt kit will work fine.
I have the Eibach Pro system and love it, I also have not heard anything bad about the Ford springs, I think Eibach is the company that makes the Ford springs, I could be wrong though. As far as price and quality you won't go wrong with Eibach. Good luck.
Any websites where I can get the best price for the springs and the bolt kit?
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Any websites where I can get the best price for the springs and the bolt kit?
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Any websites where I can get the best price for the springs and the bolt kit?
I got mine at The Tire rack, they were the cheapest.
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Any websites where I can get the best price for the springs and the bolt kit?
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I used Summit's springs and was really happy with them, and you can't beat the price-

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Why? I have the k springs and mine stayed so entered?
Did you measure correctly and accurately? Because my 1 Inch drop shifted me towards the passenger over half an inch. ABSOLUTELY needed a panhard bar. The geometry and design of the arm going across makes it virtually impossibly for it not to shift.

It was immediately apparent as well. Slamming second resulted in the car pulling and twisting heavily to the right. Got the panhard bar, centered it and now only did it immediately stop pulling right, it planted in 2nd versus spinning through it.

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I heard it wasn't necessary if lowering less than 1.5"
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