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If i was just to get the FRRP C Springs would they still require the CC plates? if so is there a how to on adjusting them>?

If I was just to get the FRRP Bullit suspension upgrade would that be worth it more and would I still need CC plates?:D
 

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I was able to get mine aligned without cc plates. I've the prokit on my car.
 

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I was told that C/C plates are a necessity for lowering a car. It must depend on how much you lower your car.
 

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its a good idea no matter what. but when you drop it over an inch a half its pretty much a have-to.
 

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didnt need the cc plates when i did the bullitt install.
if you are lucky you can get by with out CC's but it isn't Guarantied.


and with the ford c sprigs they were designed to use the stock set up so those are the only ones that you can know you will not need CC plates for, all the other springs you may need them you may not, but it is better to be on the safe side and get them.
 

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if you are lucky you can get by with out CC's but it isn't Guarantied.


and with the ford c sprigs they were designed to use the stock set up so those are the only ones that you can know you will not need CC plates for, all the other springs you may need them you may not, but it is better to be on the safe side and get them.
bullitt package uses ford c springs.
 

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