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post #36 of (permalink) Old 08-31-2005
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[QUOTE=greenfieldracin]
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yeah, it's noticeable. you should get pre-94 shocks, for best performance, ride, & longevity, but it's not necessary.

I don't know that Eibach is the best way to go -it's probably the top-low end system . ..[/QUOTE

So pre 94 shocks will be a direct replacement for my old shocks (I wont have to modify any thing?) So what, i would just go to like a parts store and say i need shocks for a 93 v6 mustang?
waitaminnit!

You're getting the entire Eibach set, right?

Tif you're getting the shocks, springs, and swaybars as a kit, you don't have to worry about it.

Sorry 'bout that.

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