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Old 06-21-2014, 11:48 AM   #1
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lowering my mustang

i am wanting to lower my 2007 mustang gt. I have the eibach shortlines 1.6 drop in front and 2 in back. Do i need spring isolators, adjustable pan hard bar, and camber plates???
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Old 06-22-2014, 02:00 AM   #2
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Yes all those items.
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IMHO you save up and just coilovers. It just seems like that is the best and real way to lower any vehicle.

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You'll still need an adjustable pan hard bar and camber plates depending on how low you go.


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Oh yea you do need the panhard bar and camber plates. Unless you want your alignment to be off.

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Old 07-02-2014, 09:09 PM   #6
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Post a picture. Show it off, so we can get ideas

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Post a pictures. Show it off, so we can get ideas

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Post a pictures. Show it off, so we can get ideas

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Post a pictures. Show it off, so we can get ideas.
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Here's a picture of mine during Install lol

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Okay second try worked...THIS is during Install.

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LIke to see pics of the car lowered.
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Here's a quick pic I took before I went to work... Sorry it's sideways I'll take another later

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Here's a quick pic I took before I went to work... Sorry it's sideways I'll take another later

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5.0 ? did you do a stroke or swap?
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Its a stroke. And I think it looks good cause my door handles gas door and spoiler is black. Plus it's kinda a funny story why they're on

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