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Old 05-20-2013, 09:22 AM   #1
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lowering springs etc.

i want the H&R lowering springs: H&R Super Sport Mustang Springs (2011-2014 GT/V6) 51690-77 - Free Shipping!

and i wanted to know what other parts would be absolutely necessary when lowering the car that low
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You will need CC plates or camber bolts and adjustable panhard bar, adj upper control arm.
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You will need CC plates or camber bolts and adjustable panhard bar, adj upper control arm.
what about lower control arm?
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what about lower control arm?
I would recommend it, but I don't think it is necessary.
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That's exactly my set up and I have none of that and I am fine I got the camber bolts and have less than a degree of camber. I still need to put the bolts on just doesn't seem necessary to me lol
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