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Which Isolators to remove...?

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Tech' started by theponyfactor, Aug 15, 2007.

  1. theponyfactor

    theponyfactor New Member

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    I recently (about a week ago) installed H&R Sports, Mach 1 Takeoff Shocks/Struts, and MM C/C Plates. I removed the bottom isolator in the front but none in the back. Well the back still sits a LITTLE high compared to the front and I was wondering if I should take just the bottom one out the back or both or the top? The reason I ask is I remember the bottom rubber thing in the back to be pretty thin and I don't see it doing much. The bottom one's in the front were at least 1/4" thick...w/e here's some crappy pics. (I know my back tires are a little small for the rim).

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  2. Rapscallion

    Rapscallion Like I give a fuck

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    I think your drop looks great as is. Nice rake to it.

    If you want to remove iso's in the rear I would say do the tops because they are thicker and you'll actually see a little difference compared to removing just the bottoms.
     
  3. theponyfactor

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    Ya it looks pretty good. I think that if I put bigger tires in the back it would help out a lot. i have 275s on a 10.5:thumbdown: