Well, my rear springs are still stock at stock height. I'm wanting to drop it about 1" so I still have some room when I switch to 28's. How much should I cut?
I think it looks great. It has a very nice stance, congrats on a good job.
I wonder if the justy had progressive rate springs? If so, you might have cut off the softer coils from the spring only leaving the stiffer coils?I know this is far from the same as cuttin'em on a Stang. But I had my stock springs cut on my 88' Subaru Justy years ago cause they didn't make springs for it. Boyy did it ride hard and probably hurt the car more than help't it, epecially on the bumpy crappy Pa roads. I'd say just find some decent used aftermarket ones.
I wonder how well rear coilovers would work on a street/strip car that is more street than strip?Willy, since you say you are wanting to go with 28s in the future, I would only go with half coil.
Wow! That's not exactly cheap, but looks good.the right coil over set up would be world of difference on these cars. but like i said, it has to be the right set up.the only ones worth it to me to put on are these
Chris Alston's Chassisworks, Inc.; Chris Alston's Chassisworks, Inc. - REAR COIL-OVER CONVERSION FOR 79-04 MUSTANG, Q1
You would think there would be away to reinforce it?I have coilovers on the front, but I have heard that most coilover kits out for the rear have problems with the lower mounts breaking.