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Old 03-17-2013, 06:04 PM   #1
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I am thinking about picking up this kit to drop my 2013 mustang v6 pony package. just wondering if anyone had any thoughts or experiences on it. thanks in advance guys.

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Old 03-17-2013, 08:48 PM   #2
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Looks good. Although I've heard anything over 1.5" drop and you may want to get an adjustable pan hard bar.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:42 AM   #3
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I dropped mine 2 in the back 1.75 in the front and didn't do any panhard bar or anything. All you need is camber bolts because you will have a little camber in the front. If you get the kit you should be good still would need the bolts though. I only have the springs
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Yeah I was thinking about getting a panhard bar since its just 100 bucks and ill be under there anyway. Didn't think about the camber bolts. You think I'll need those I I'm getting a strut tower brace?
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You'll still need them regardless they are only 24 bucks though
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Old 03-18-2013, 02:12 PM   #6
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I dropped mine 2 in the back 1.75 in the front and didn't do any panhard bar or anything. All you need is camber bolts because you will have a little camber in the front. If you get the kit you should be good still would need the bolts though. I only have the springs
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No problem, because those don't come with adjustable cambers right?
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No they don't. I don't really want to have to get adjustable cambers. Good to know I can just get the bolts
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Yea its a lot cheaper that way too, my height and everything it perfect and I only spent 150 bucks
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Yea its a lot cheaper that way too, my height and everything it perfect and I only spent 150 bucks
What springs do you have? Where did you get the camber bolts?
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H&r pro springs and and late model restoration. Free same day shipping and its 27 bucks shipped, except its in Texas so I get it the next day. American muscle has them too.
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H&r pro springs and and late model restoration. Free same day shipping and its 27 bucks shipped, except its in Texas so I get it the next day. American muscle has them too.
Do yet have different types of camber bolts say ones for a 1.5" drop and some for a 2" or are they universal?
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Just get the eibach camber bolts for newer mustangs and you'll be straight
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If your going to put on this package, why not also purchase upgraded struts and mounts also? Look at the FRHP (Ford Racing Handling Package). A bit more but well worth it.
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That's like another couple hundred bucks and it adds up lol
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