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Old 02-10-2014, 07:03 PM   #1
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Ended putting the 73-83 5.0 vert & 94-95 5.0 coupe H&R ss springs on 02 mustang GT

Wasnt that bad it just lifted my rear a bit maybe cuz of the spring tension it needs more weight to drop it but not bad. I had eibach sport lines so it's not that bad. Gives a drag stance I guess
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I could put 3 fingers between the tires on the front and about 3 and a half at the rear
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Not bad. Get yourself a spacer to get that rear wheel out a bit. Makes it look better
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Not bad. Get yourself a spacer to get that rear wheel out a bit. Makes it look better

Yeah I have some but it ripped my tires from the rears pulling out my driveway. So I need to find someone to roll my fenders
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Just with a heat gun and rubber mallot will do the job
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Just with a heat gun and rubber mallot will do the job

As you can see in the rear fender pic the tire marks. Dam I know ppl do it like that but don't wanna damage the fenders
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Well I've done it to more than 5 cars like that and it's worked out perfectly. Go on Craig's and there should be people that will do it for you
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Well I've done it to more than 5 cars like that and it's worked out perfectly. Go on Craig's and there should be people that will do it for you

Okay cool thanks
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+1 on the spacers. It'd look so much better. Sucks you have driveway problems.
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Your lucky I can't even fit 1 finger in my wheel gap in the front lol
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Just with a heat gun and rubber mallot will do the job

Please don't do this
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It's worked perfect for me on numerous cars honestly. I've used an Eastwood roller as well and difference is minimal
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Heat gun magazine and baseball bat. Lol
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Peanut butter and jelly and a baseball bat! Lol
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