"Miranda" RyanCess's 1998 Ford Mustang V6 Build (Nov 2015)

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  1. RyanCess

    RyanCess Member

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    She Lowered !!!! :D :D Only cost $120. They told me to come back in a week to get it aligned for $45. Any suggestions for spacer sizes for the back?

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    1998cobrasvt Well-Known Member

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    Good height, Def needs rear spacers. Ferocious knows his spacers. What is your tire size? Any wheel plans?
     
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    All I know is that I want to get some wider wheels in the back. I plan to get some different rims and tires in the future so the wheel spacers are a temporary thing. The wheels are the stock wheels. The diameter is 17in. I don't know how wide they are.
     
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    evilcw311 Most Evil Mod! Staff Member Staff

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    Save your money till you get wheels. No point in spending that money on spacers just yet.


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  5. Ferocious

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    3/4" spacers should be fine. You can get a pair for like $50 and they never really lose resale value so just sell em to someone else when you're done.
     
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    Great deal on the spring install! It looks a lot better with the new stance. If you are keeping these wheels for a while, a 1.25" spacer in the rear would give it a much more aggressive look. I bought a set of these spacers for mine when i had 17x8 bullitts and they did the trick, they work well even with the 18x9 cobras i have on it now. Spacers aren't a bad investment (as [MENTION=15502]Ferocious[/MENTION] mentioned above) due to the ability to resell for close to the same price
     
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    I'm running 1 inch spacer with 275s in the rear.

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    looks great!
     
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    B.mad Well-Known Member Preferred Vendor

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    lowering makes a whole lot of difference.
     
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    Long time no see
    ive added a bit to Miranda starting with the headlights i got for my birthday. Then I got my chin spoiler. Lastly i got the nasty dents out and the crack on my front bumper and hood. Next stop, PAINT!!

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  11. g36 monkey

    g36 monkey Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Can't wait to see those spots fixed!