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Old 03-26-2014, 08:24 AM   #1
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So I have staggerd 18s 18x9 and 18x10 I prefer the raked old school look . My only concern is that I do drive it in winter on 235s for snow . What springs can I go with to allow me to still manage in winter thanks . And average price to get them installed ?Click image for larger version

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So I have staggerd 18s 18x9 and 18x10 I prefer the raked old school look . My only concern is that I do drive it in winter on 235s for snow . What springs can I go with to allow me to still manage in winter thanks . And average price to get them installed ?Attachment 151951
Hey,

If you need versatility from your suspension, my choice would be the Eibach Pro Kit. This kit only lowers the front 1" and the rear 1.5" This will give you the old school stance you are looking for, while still giving you enough clearance to make it over some snow in the winter time. It will also maintain a better ride than most of the more aggressive springs.

You could also go with the SR springs if you are looking for more of a budget spring with the similar qualities of the Eibachs.

For installation, a shop will charge you about 4 hours labor so you cold be talking about $400 all said and done. However, I would be confident that you could find a shop to do it as a side job for much less than that.

I hope this helps, and if you have any questions, feel free to get in touch. Good luck!

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Old 03-26-2014, 02:11 PM   #3
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Old school looks great but sucks with rear sway. I know I had old shool for years..
I am Old school.. LOL
This enough old shcool stance? They were really only good for Show off power , straight ahead stuff.
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Since the car already has a rake, I would probably suggest Ford P springs. It's only a very minimal 1" all around and u probably don't have to go crazy changing suspension components to accommodate that mild of a drop. It closes the gap enough to make it less ugly if anything
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An adjustable panhard bar won't hurt either as even from factory the driver side rear wheels sticks out a bit. It'll show especially if u have a staggered setup
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