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Old 08-13-2013, 11:46 AM   #1
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Installing Springs

Hey everyone,
I'm finally installing my H&R Super Sport Springs on my 02 GT! I was looking at write ups and I saw a really good one on here the other day. I forgot to save it though... If anyone knows a good write up that would work for installing springs on an 02 GT please let me know. It would be nice to have one to follow, thanks guys!
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:40 PM   #2
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Check out American muscle they have a decent write up I used
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Search on YouTube there is a guy that has a video and explains how to do it. It's on a bullitt but its the same thing. Watch that and it'll help you.
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Search on YouTube there is a guy that has a video and explains how to do it. It's on a bullitt but its the same thing. Watch that and it'll help you.
That video helped me
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Search on YouTube there is a guy that has a video and explains how to do it. It's on a bullitt but its the same thing. Watch that and it'll help you.
Honestly the video he did didn't help me one but Imfao
I've done them like 6 times so I can knock it out fast,
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It's very simple actually. Also u do not have to mess with ur breaks. I didn't touch them at all. But just disconnect ur tie rod. Control arm. And the big *** bolts that hold ur shock thing. Make sure ur jack is applying pressure to ur control arm
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It's very simple actually. Also u do not have to mess with ur breaks. I didn't touch them at all. But just disconnect ur tie rod. Control arm. And the big *** bolts that hold ur shock thing. Make sure ur jack is applying pressure to ur control arm
I take the front brakes off
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These guys are right just take your time and be smart about it a don't be ashamed to use a repair manual. Because the guy who thinks he knows everything is the one who gets himself hurt.
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I take the front brakes off
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Alot of people do but it isn't necessary unless u need room to work with
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Sweet, thanks guys. I found that video and I'm gonna use that. Youtube has everything! Ha
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Sweet, thanks guys. I found that video and I'm gonna use that. Youtube has everything! Ha
wut did u search on youtube to find that vid?
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wut did u search on youtube to find that vid?
1999-2004 mustang spring installation overview

It says it's by auto DIY
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Honestly the video he did didn't help me one but Imfao
I've done them like 6 times so I can knock it out fast,
For the first time it kids helped me then after that its easy as hell.
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