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2002 Mustang-Help with suspension choices

i have a 02 gt and was looking in to getting mm coilovers and camber plates but there kind of pricie. so i was thinking about a spring and strut combo any suggestions i want to lower 2in? does anyone have pics of there mustang 99-04 lowered 2in or about that? i need to see what it looks like lowered 1'5 and 2 so any pics would be great thanks

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~1.7 front/1.6 rear drop... installed less than a week ago, so i don't think they've fully settled yet

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UPR coil over kits are pretty well recieved by many enthusiasts, and are MUCH cheaper than MM.

If you do decided to just do springs and shocks, depending on how much you drop, you will still need CC plates.

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