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Go put some GT springs in it and be done.
Why do you act shocked that anyone's confused? You're the only person in the forum that wants to lift their car higher. Like anyone's an expert at that.

"Oh, yeah... go buy Brand X Mustang lifting springs."
Its not like I am jacking if up like a 4x4 truck

Lastly, what exactly is your goal? You mentioned that the rear end seems to be sagging, and that somehow lifting it an inch and a half would make it perfect. Is it sagging that much, as if you have 300lbs of sh!t in the trunk? Do you just want the car to sit level, or do you want the ass end noticeably raised like a '70's musclecar? Clarify please.

My goal is to only have it sitting about a inch higher in the rear.
And I wasn't trying to be a ****, but I mean when I say hey I don't want to lower the car, just raise the rear and he comes back with pretty much the same answer...what can you expect?!


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My goal is to only have it sitting about a inch higher in the rear. And I wasn't trying to be a ****, but I mean when I say hey I don't want to lower the car, just raise the rear and he comes back with pretty much the same answer...what can you expect?!
In your OP you never mentioned you didn't want to lower the car, all you said was that you wanted the rear to be higher than the front. I suggested getting some lowering springs that would slightly lower the COG of the car, but make the rear sit a little higher than the front. I answered your question exactly as you asked, so don't come here b!tching about me giving you the wrong answer when you didn't even have a clear question about what exactly you were asking. It looked more like you were throwing things out there asking for suggestions.

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In your OP you never mentioned you didn't want to lower the car, all you said was that you wanted the rear to be higher than the front. I suggested getting some lowering springs that would slightly lower the COG of the car, but make the rear sit a little higher than the front.
Exactly. I was the first to answer your question and said the exact same thing. Fordman even gave you links on lifting kits. You have been given the best advice the 4.6 forums have to offer. You have nothing to complain about.

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Here's my .02
Don't lift the rear of your car.
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