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jgstang65 jgstang65 is offline

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  1. jgstang65
    09-24-2010 12:10 AM
    jgstang65
    hey hows it going.... yes i dropped my 69 vert 2" by useing the fatman drop front spindles and 2" drop blocks in the rear! BUT, i'm thinking of doing the fiberglass rear springs with the 1 or 2" drop...i have heard that any car with desent HP shouldn't use lowering blocks! and the main reason i liked the drop spindles is that the car will still have a good ride and ride like a rock, but it sure looks cool lowered like this.i'm not sure on the tire sizes, i'll look if you want ? Jim stang@coolmustangs.com
  2. Mr.Austin
    05-18-2010 03:11 AM
    Mr.Austin
    Hey man. I have a question for you. I was looking for ideas for my 69 mustang and when i saw yours it was exactly the drop i was looking for. If you dont mind me asking what did you lower the front and the rear with and how much by? And what are your tire sizes?

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    calif
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    1965 ford mustangcalif

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