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I recently bought a 2003 V6 Mustang. I like the car a lot, but the ride is uncomfortable, so I'm thinking about buying some new shocks/struts to make it more comfortable. What type of shocks or struts should I get? I'd like to be as comfortable as possible when I drive my Mustang. I've heard Bilstein B6 and HD are good, and maybe Tokico D-Spec. But I've never had the shocks or struts replaced on my previous Mustangs, so I don't know which ones will give me the best ride. What would you recommend?
 

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Go with kyb... bilstein or tokico are for high performance V8 kind of stuff... No offence, my car is the same way. If it is lowered id get them from a 93 GT still being kybs. But if it is lowered it will always ride rough unless you put subframe connectors on the vehicle. Good luck.
 

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I've had the Bilsteins for 100k miles on my car. They're auto-adjust and you could feel them tightening up after a few turns.
 
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