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05-10 Tokico shocks on my '12?

Just got a quick question for you guys. I recently installed my Eibach Pro-Kit springs and Tokico HP struts with GT500 mounts. I'm looking to get the Tokico HP shocks now. Now I know with the struts I had to get the GT500 mounts so I could use the 05-10 style strut. Is there any fitment issues for the shocks that I need to worry about or can I just bolt them right up?


2012 Ford Mustang 3.7L 6MT 3.31
19" Track Pack wheels :. FRPP Sport axlback :. Boss 302 STB :. Eibach Pro-Kit :. Tokico HP (w/ GT500 mounts) :. BMR adjustable panhard :. Barton short shifter :. JHR shifter mount :. K&N drop-in
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Shock design from 05-13 is identical, this should not be a problem.


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300A, 3.73s, Brembo Brake package, Lethal O/R X-pipe, Mac axle back, JLT CAI, Lund cammed tune/Bama race tune, J&M LCAs, FRPP K springs, Tokico HP struts, MGW shifter, 305/18 NT555Rs

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Shock design from 05-13 is identical, this should not be a problem.
Thanks! That's what I figured. Just wanted to be sure before I hit that buy button.

2012 Ford Mustang 3.7L 6MT 3.31
19" Track Pack wheels :. FRPP Sport axlback :. Boss 302 STB :. Eibach Pro-Kit :. Tokico HP (w/ GT500 mounts) :. BMR adjustable panhard :. Barton short shifter :. JHR shifter mount :. K&N drop-in
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Thanks! That's what I figured. Just wanted to be sure before I hit that buy button.
No problem. I actually have a very similar setup, HP struts up front and I plan to do the shocks also, but the ride seems fine without them for now.

2012 5.0 GT M6 Grabber Blue
300A, 3.73s, Brembo Brake package, Lethal O/R X-pipe, Mac axle back, JLT CAI, Lund cammed tune/Bama race tune, J&M LCAs, FRPP K springs, Tokico HP struts, MGW shifter, 305/18 NT555Rs

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No problem. I actually have a very similar setup, HP struts up front and I plan to do the shocks also, but the ride seems fine without them for now.
That's what I did. Just did the struts because I didn't wanna replace the mounts twice. The Tokico HP shocks are on sale this month on AM for $70 a pop so you might want to get them now. That's the only reason I just bought them. I lucked out and got the struts on sale last month too.

2012 Ford Mustang 3.7L 6MT 3.31
19" Track Pack wheels :. FRPP Sport axlback :. Boss 302 STB :. Eibach Pro-Kit :. Tokico HP (w/ GT500 mounts) :. BMR adjustable panhard :. Barton short shifter :. JHR shifter mount :. K&N drop-in
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