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Old 09-12-2004, 01:55 AM   #1  
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Default newbie lowering question

I wanna lower my 2000 V6. I am wondering whether I can replace the springs only and use the stock structs.

I had a Probe before. They recommend to replace the structs when put on the lowering springs.

So, not sure how Stangs go about it. Anyone can give me an answer? Thanks.
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Old 09-12-2004, 09:53 PM   #2  
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Default RE: newbie lowering question

ya replace them with hi performance ones
go with Strange 10 way adjustable shocks, i love them, i got them on my 88 they are like a 351 for 2 struts and 2 shocks not bad huh? and for springs go with Eibach pro kit 1-1.5" drop with maximum motorsports coil isolators
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