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Old 01-23-2013, 03:36 PM   #1
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No comments on lowering?

Nobody has an opinion on springs or shocks? And or how to make my mustang ride like a caddy? Sounds gay,but I know someone else wishes their pony was softer on the ***. That sounded even gayer..
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Old 01-23-2013, 03:42 PM   #2
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Well buddy if you wanted a luxury ride you got the wrong car lol. You could get a better ride by replacing the shocks and struts. Or if you got the cash go with air ride suspension.
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you need to get a progressive rate spring thats very soft and shocks/struts that match the rate, about all you can really do other than larger tires (sidewall wise aka smaller rims)
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Nobody has an opinion on springs or shocks? And or how to make my mustang ride like a caddy? Sounds gay,but I know someone else wishes their pony was softer on the ***. That sounded even gayer..
I've had both 20" and 17" wheels and the 17" road much nicer. I'm lowered about 1.5" with stock shocks.
I'm going with 18" wheels in the spring.
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Not really a need for 2 threads. But most of us look for a stiffer suspension. Air ride I suppose is your best bet.

I found the stock ride to be just fine.
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:04 PM   #6
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Ya air ride would ride the best for ride quality. I'm looking to do air ride in the near future
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