A couple hours. Rear springs are a bbreeze, but the front are difficult. As long as you have some patience with it you should be ok. You should go ahead and get new struts and shocks while your lowering it.
your a ****ing idiotToo bad its a different question. The other thread was about shocks and struts and this one is about the install.
oh man you got me beathttp://www.corral.net/projects/subzero/tokico.html (Strut/shock install)
Take your pick
+1. haha. easy breezy install. check out the mustangworld.com how-to on itpm AB he has done this more then once he will be able to help and even hold your hand if you want
why don't you quit being an asshole and help out with questions? either that or don't post at all.your a ****ing idiot
all he had to do was ask about the time
they drop 2.2" all 4 corners. the handling is responsive and about like stock (i have the front sway bar removed as well, so i have some noticeable body roll in high corners)what was the drop on those? and how is the handling/ride quality?
they drop 2.2" all 4 corners. the handling is responsive and about like stock (i have the front sway bar removed as well, so i have some noticeable body roll in high corners)
also, speed bumps are not an option because i have 2 1/2" ground clearance at the driver side long tube collector pipe and 6 1/2" ground clearance front bumper.