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Old 01-04-2013, 11:25 PM   #1
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Lowering springs/shocks and struts Question

For those who has purchased lowering springs for their Mustangs, I have a question. is there a specific brand that's better? I am planning on purchasing some and don't know what to choose. At this rate, I know I probably need to change my shocks and struts as well. are the Tokico HP shocks and struts good? Thanks to those who help.

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I have Tokico shocks/struts and Eibach springs. No complaints with either and have heard good about both.

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ive heard good things about both. as for springs, its really up to you on the drop u want. i had wanted eibach springs but it didnt drop as much as i wanted. so i just bought some dropzone springs from ebay for just 110 bucks new and i Love the drop. i didnt change my shocks though maybe sometime soon i will

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Personally I think the bullitt kit you can get through ford racing is as good as any. Have the bullitt springs swapped with c springs and enjoy
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I have H&R race springs coupled with my stock tokickos and camber bolts, and I'm very happy with them. They are a linear rate and not progressive rate springs which offer more predictable handling given that they only have one spring rate that doesn't change mid corner like the progressive rate sprigs.
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