Coilover options...

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by StangerBanger, May 5, 2015.

  1. StangerBanger

    StangerBanger New Member

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    hey guys, i recently lowered my mustang and the front end sits lower than the rear. this bugs the crap out of me. i want the rear to sit 1" lower than it is currently to close up the wheel gap. it is currently on 1.5" lowering springs. i cant seem to find 2.5" lowering springs anywhere, so i am thinking of putting a rear coilover kit on to give more adjust-ability as far as ride height goes... im looking for a kit other than raceland that will adjust up to 3".
    i see a lot of pics on this forum of cars that sit super low, which is the look im after.
    anybody here a good rear coilover set up?? thanks
     
  2. Ferocious

    Ferocious Legend SN95 Supporter

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    Raceland is not a rear coilover kit.


    Any real coilover kit should do the job. Maximum motorsports, UPR, strange, MMR, etc etc. Just get 8" or 9" springs and that should do the trick.

    Or you can just cut a coil off you rears and get some weight jacker control arms.
     
  3. sleepn_sn95

    sleepn_sn95 Well-Known Member

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    ^Yeah like he said get some weight jacker lca's and take your isos out if you havent already.
     
  4. StangerBanger

    StangerBanger New Member

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    Ive never seen weight jacker LCAs until now haha they look awesome! ! I am definitely going to buy a pair! Thank you!!