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Old 01-13-2014, 08:08 AM   #1
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Front Lowering Springs

I found a guy online with lowering springs, but they're just the front ones. I've always liked the look of cars with the front end lower than the rear, sortof like the drag car or funny car look, so I'm thinking about getting them. Plus, he's selling them cheap. I'm wondering what I would have to do as far as alignment or anything else if I were to get them. Would I have to buy caster camber plates or could I just take it to a shop and get it aligned? Or would I have to do anything at all? Thanks in advance!
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Which front springs are they? Depending on how low you go the camber will definitely be out. You can try camber volts if it doesn't lower you too much or else CC plates would be the best bet
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They are just the front springs in this kit: Ford Racing Mustang B-Springs M-5300-B (79-04 GT, V6, Mach 1; 93-98 Cobra) - Free Shipping
Front 1-1/8" estimated drop
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You should be fine with just doing the springs, it won't affect your camber too much at all
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Won't drop much at all ,
So you probably won't need a alignment
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Alright, thanks!
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