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post #13 of (permalink) Old 07-06-2013
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To gain grip

No one has mentioned lowering the rear of the pony car. I know rain means to slow down. I also know if you lower the rear and install brackets the rear won't "Float" as much and will get better grip. The rake from the factory for these pony cars can be dangerous, especially in slick conditions. It's most slick right as a rain begins due to oil on the pavement. Lowering the mustang is a must to correct "Roll Center". I know from experience.
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