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2002 Mustang Ride Height Problems

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Appearance & Entertainment' started by TwoClickMacVic, Aug 16, 2016.

  1. TwoClickMacVic

    TwoClickMacVic New Member

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    Hey all, while living out west where the roads are quite flat, I had installed a set of Roush Front and Rear Springs. Now that we are back east with potholes and heaving roads, I keep bottoming out! I was going to put the stock Ford Springs back in but Ford Dealership no longer has them available in the system.

    Anyone out there have a set they are looking to part with.

    Or is there another Brand that aren't as agressive in drop as the Roush are!?

    Thanks
     
  2. six gun

    six gun Active Member

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    How low is it? Have a picture?

    If you haven't upgraded shocks and struts with ones for a lowered car that will be a good idea to do. Also, there's a rubber bumper on the underside of the car above the differential if I remember correctly, and that's what you could be bottoming out on. There may be a different, lower profile version of that somewhere, or you can take a sharp knife and hack a good section of it off like I once did.
     
  3. kitsune1324

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    I have a set of front and rear OEM springs from my 2000 v6 mustang. The rears are already out and I'm waiting to get my car back from the mechanic so I can change out the fronts with some coilovers.