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Old 09-03-2010, 11:34 AM   #1
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lowering springs

I am looking at lowering my stang and with so many options it concerns me...I have heard good things about JDM springs, but can only find them on eBay. and then through the regularr companies they are 250-300 dollars. So can anyone give me a suggestion they are all fitting my 99 GT.
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Re: lowering springs

Go to Americanmuscle.com that is where I bought my springs for my 02 gt. they have customer reviews on that site.
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Re: lowering springs

I would go with H&R race ifyou wont a nice drop and a better handling car. YOu will also need caster camber plates (maximum motorsports is my pick on brand by far)
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Re: lowering springs

thanks and what will the caster plates do for me...
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Re: lowering springs

what else do i need if my spings dorp my car 2" in the front and 1.6 in the back
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Re: lowering springs

when you lower a mustang the front wheels tuck inward due to the design the Caster Camber plates pull the front tire back out so its doesnt wear the inside of the tires and will be needed in most all cases where the drop is an inch or more.
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