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I have a 96 mustang. Which does my car have? Struts? Or shock absorbers? Whats the difference?
wait til you lower it and go w/ tokico blues
it's more than likely a stock picture, since tokico makes those for many different carsbut see it says they fit on the site however in the picture it looks like it doesnt have the correct sleeve for the bolt on at the bottom where it bolts up to the steering knuckle
they should, thats why you can get springs to lower your car is because they sit one topalso it shows springs at the top end of the shock/strut. is that correct for a mustang or is that just like a display for an import? because the stock shock/strut doesnt have a spring on the top. the only spring is the coil spring correct?
no not if you got a good coil over kit, that will run you about a grand or maby more. also coil overs give a much stifer ride not somthing you will want if it is just your ddit would actually be cheaper if i wanted to lower it to get the coil overs rather than getting the strut/shocks from american muscle then springs also.
True... quality coilovers aren't cheap, and I don't advise just throwing together a crappy coilover setup. You're just asking for trouble.no not if you got a good coil over kit, that will run you about a grand or maby more.
Not necessarily. You could easily match the stock spring rate with a really soft spring and the ride would likely be BETTER than stock. In fact, my coilovers have nearly triple the stock wheel rate and the ride is very liveable compared to stock. This is possible because coilovers correct the poor stock spring geometry and significantly lower the total weight of the spring/damper setup.also coil overs give a much stifer ride not somthing you will want if it is just your dd