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Old 06-13-2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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Lowerring my mustang gt 2010

I'm trying to drop my mustang gt 2010 but not sure how cause I've heard 3 ways of lowering it and they've all Ben different. Any help would be appreciated
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Lowering mustang

I'm trying to drop my mustang but not sure how to approach this I have a mustang gt 2010 any help would be appreciated
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Please check the threads first. Seems like the same questions are asked every few days.
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Buy springs...or cut stock springs as far as I know that's pretty much it
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OP,

All you really need is a set of lowering springs, if you're looking for the bare minimum. Of course, there's a lot of other components that are suggested when lowering your Mustang. New strut mounts, LCA's, Panhard Bar, etc.

It's really up to what you want or expect out of the car and your budget. Hope this info helps you some. Let me know if you have more questions!

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OP,

All you really need is a set of lowering springs, if you're looking for the bare minimum. Of course, there's a lot of other components that are suggested when lowering your Mustang. New strut mounts, LCA's, Panhard Bar, etc.

It's really up to what you want or expect out of the car and your budget. Hope this info helps you some. Let me know if you have more questions!

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Do it right the first time. Springs, shocks/struts (a lowered car will ride like poo on stock dampeners), cc plates(if you can afford them) or new strut mounts, panhard bar to center the rear and lcas and brackets.
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