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Old 03-26-2013, 08:13 AM   #1
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Mustang GT lowering springs question

Hey guys I have a 2004 mustang GT that I'm in the process of purchasing springs for... I was gonna get the Eibach kit but a friend just showed me these that are a lot cheaper.... Has anyone had these? I wonder if they are worth the $200 I save. Thanks a lot. Quick answers appreciated
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Hey guys I have a 2004 mustang GT that I'm in the process of purchasing springs for... I was gonna get the Eibach kit but a friend just showed me these that are a lot cheaper.... Has anyone had these? I wonder if they are worth the $200 I save. Thanks a lot. Quick answers appreciated
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...id=13498903836
Eibachs are only $100 more and that would be worth it to me to know I'm getting good quality. I've never heard of those springs so id suggest the eibachs.
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Eibachs are only $100 more and that would be worth it to me to know I'm getting good quality. I've never heard of those springs so id suggest the eibachs.
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I would always go with a kit designed to compliment the other pieces of the kit. Hence why I choose the eibach pro system plus. Springs, struts, shocks, and sways. The system works great together and keeps the car balanced.
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Eibachs are only $100 more and that would be worth it to me to know I'm getting good quality. I've never heard of those springs so id suggest the eibachs.
+1 I would go with a name brand that is trusted, its worth the extra $$$. I have h&r super sports and there also a great choice!
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