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Old 02-01-2015, 04:13 PM   #1
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Is there any difference between the boss 302 springs and a factory base gt. I've been seeing a lot of springs and panhard bars from the boss mustangs on Craig's list.

I also see from time to time gt500 rear lower control arms from the the 2008 - 2012 gt500s and was wondering if they were better than the gt mustangs
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I could be wrong, but I believe it is upgraded and similar to that of a track pack car or brembo car. Not sure on the specifics though.


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Dont waste your time or money on the boss springs. They are very minimal drop and are set up for a raked stance. If you are gonna do the work or pay to have it done you can do much better. I have a stock gt and stock boss panhard bars and I see zero difference. The lca bushings are a bit harder but again I would buy something different.
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Alright guys thanks. So what springs should I get for a daily driver car and can I get buy with my factory shocks. My wheel set up is 19x9 with 245/45 19s in the front and 19x10 with 275 40 19s in the rear.
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Is there any difference between the boss 302 springs and a factory base gt. I've been seeing a lot of springs and panhard bars from the boss mustangs on Craig's list.

I also see from time to time gt500 rear lower control arms from the the 2008 - 2012 gt500s and was wondering if they were better than the gt mustangs
That just depends ... the GT500 lower control arms are standard equipment on 2007-2014 Shelby GT500, 2013-2014 Mustang GT with Track Pack, and 2011-2014 Mustang GT with manual transmission. It’s the automatic GT’s that have the softer lower control arm bushings and can be identified by their black finish. I upgraded to the GT500 LCA’s on my ‘14 GT automatic.
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Lol I been driving around with the OE ones in the back of my truck for a few months. If you come swipe them, I'd never say a word.
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If I'm not mistaken I have gt500 lower control arms if they are identified as black. And ubnbit wat are you saying. Do u have springs or lca that are aftermarket
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