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Old 01-30-2019, 12:35 PM
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Hello Mustang People,

I a little bit of a mustang newbie.

I just purchased a 2010 Mustang GT. I'm the third owner. the original owner did a lot of mods to the car. I can see a upgraded cold air intake, throttle body, exhaust, racing clutch. etc.

my question:

The car has 19s, it's been lowered what appears to be almost 3 inches the front and rear tires are inside the fender lip. I need to raise this car back up to stock height.

So I need some guidance, I called the my local ford dealer for parts the stock springs are discounted and the available stock will cost over $450. I have found various aftermarket stock height springs on eBay.

But I don't know what to buy and I'm not sure if other mods where done to get the car so low.

I need a Mustang Big Brother to help me.

thanks all
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Old 01-30-2019, 04:38 PM
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Lowered, usually means replacing the springs will put it back to stock height.

Just get the OEM springs for that year off eBay.

For front, buy a Quick Strut kit, and replace both sides, it's easier, and cheaper.

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