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I have a 1994 mustang gt and I want to put in new lowering spings/ shocks at 1.5-2 inches drop. I'm wondering if anyone has done shocks/springs before? Is This a difficult task?
Is there any where i can find a step-by-step process? I have money to spend but i am not looking for anything that is top of the line or really over priced. I was thinking i could get a decent set up for $500-$700... Does anyone have any recomendations? also is there any special tool needed?? sorry for so many questions..
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The question that must be answered before you can get the right answer....what is your ultimate goal for your car. A car that sees the strip alot needs a different setup compared to a corner carver/auto cross car just as a street car is slightly different...
As for the swap the only "special tool" that is recommended is a spring compressor BUT you can remove the front springs without one if you just pay attention to what you are doing.
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