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Hey guys. I have a 1998 Mustang GT. I just replaced my factory rims which were 16 inch with 17 inch. It looks much better but still has quite a bit of room in the wheel Wells. I want to buy lowering Springs but was wondering if they will screw up my new tires? I have heard that lowering Springs can mess up alignment and chew up tires on the front. Please let me know. Thanks guys!
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Im not sure about your body style, I know for mine the general consensus was if you're lowering it 1.5in or less you should be ok with the stock shocks and struts, more than that You are suppose to get aftermarket ones.
2011 V6 - Steeda CAI, BBK TB, BBK Long tube headers, BBK catted xpipe, Pypes Pype Bomb Axle Back, Steeda strut tower brace, Barton short throw shifter and bracket, SR lowering springs and adj panhard bar, 1 piece Aluminum drive shaft, 3.73 gears, Bama race tune
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