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eibach pro kit question?

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1979-2004 Ford Mustang V8 UPR Pro Series Kit Lowering Springs by Eibach at UPR Products - Lifetime Warranty!

this is the pro kit from eibach right, i just wasnt sure why they say upr on the spring like its stamped. this is the same pro kit i would get anywhere else right?

Eibach Pro Kit Springs at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

same product?

also this is the spring that everyone keeps talking about?
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looks that way, same springs i had on my fox and my mach, id recomend them
should i get the isolators they are selling or are there any others that are recommended. or doesnt matter isolators are isolators
no isos, wrap the top and botton coils in a good amount of electric tape
just loopit over under and over the top of the springs and bottom of the springs. I mean i dont mind having the isolators or paying for them 35 bucks. does it make a difference performance wise?
yup! and no, they just make the ride a lil smoother
ordered my springs should be here tuesday no more squeking and maybe the car wont sit an inch lower on one side
does you car sit lower on the drivers side? If it does, mine does to, YAY!! and im trying to find out if the springs are bad or what. it already has a 1 1/2 to 2 inch drop but dont know if my springs are bad. Let me know your out come. thanks
you can use heater hose as an isolator too. works great on my 66 Pontiac. I have Eibachs on that car and I have had them on a Taurus SHO in the past. I think they make a good product.
ill keep you posted i actually decided to go with the sportlines and see what happens. :cool:
The spring isolators are mainly there to keep metal to metal noise down.. I just reuse the stock ones because if you go poly they tend to kill the drop of the springs.

does you car sit lower on the drivers side? If it does, mine does to, YAY!! and im trying to find out if the springs are bad or what. it already has a 1 1/2 to 2 inch drop but dont know if my springs are bad. Let me know your out come. thanks
sitting lower on one side normally means torque box damage or beat bushings in the upper control arms
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