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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-30-2009 Thread Starter
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Air ride on a Fox?

I am new to this site so work with me . I would like to know if anyone has ,or know someone how has air ride on there fox body mustang . I really want make my mustang ride better . WHAT would be the best things to do .
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The question to answer is what do consider a "better" ride

are you looking towards better handling, better traction

softer ride etc. etc. etc.

Ride better is vague need more info to help you....
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softer

Thank for the response , I am, looking for a softer ride If that is possable with any foxbody . Reggie I have a 1989 notch back . I in Iraq right now working for KBR . My nevt R&R is in May when I come home I want to do a little something to my car , because i have to come back here for another 4 months .
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It will only be so soft due to the nature of the car.....

I'd just replace the suspension components with oem type parts

it will give the car a solid ride .....with new parts some of the bumps will be absorbed by the suspension rather than you butt....

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fox bodies arent really ment to ride smothly. its not a luxury car its a muscle car

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That is a really sweet set up with the air-strut.

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I can think of a lot better things to spend 5 grand on...

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