You will rub in the front when you turn your wheel to each side. You can get rack spacers (about 3$ from Ford) and pop them onto your steering rack to somewhat limit the rubbing.... The spacers will not allow you to turn far enough to rub. These spacers are what is stock on the 03 Cobra to keep the 275 width tires from rubbing in the front.white99 said:This week I plan on ordering sprint springs (2" drop) c/c plates and offset steering rack bushings. Is there anything else i need? Also with a 2 inch drop will i have a lot of rubbing? I have 255/45/17's in the front and back.
Actually Eibach's sportline kit lowers a stang 1.7"-2.3". I was just going with sprint to save myself some money. Should i save up for the eibach instead, because i know they have a great rep. and yes this is mostly for shows. I don't drive the car year round.Notice how when the drop goes from 2+ inches all the reputable spring companies drop off the map... its for a reason! I would lessen the drop a little unless this is for shows...
i found them at www.impactparts.com they are 191.44 shipped. where did u find them that cheap?Black00GT said:i had the same tires and the sprint springs on my 2000 v6. and had absolutly no rubbing. you'll be fine. i liked the springs too. where are you getting your springs at. i got them for $164 shipped.
Actually most steeda and roush are Ford Motor Sports FMS. So why pay more for a name and get the best dealLaser02 said:MAC suspension products = the lose.
Steeda springs are made to Steeda specs by Eibach. They are quality.
Who is it that is selling the Eibach springs/Tokico shocks & struts for $250?KrazyPony said:There is a fella on our forum board that is selling the eibach/tokico shocks/struts setup from his Mach1/Roush for 250$ that is a steal there for that price, and those are some awesome springs setup.
I am also Tech mod on Upstate Mustang Club forum. The kit looks mighty niceheramb22 said:Who is it that is selling the Eibach springs/Tokico shocks & struts for $250?