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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-23-2016, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Adjustable shock mount plates

Do the adjustable strut mounts for mustangs fit our cars? Has anyone tried them? If so, what kind of difference did they make? I've installed cobra brakes front and rear. I've got most of the suspension parts to rebuild front and rear. While I'm there, I'm considering this possible upgrade. I still have a few parts on the way, and i'm just looking for some helpful input. I have looked at the forums and the tech articles with negative results, so here I am.
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They wouldn't work, but they also aren't needed because we have a better suspension to begin with. The adjustable plates for the mustang let you adjust caster and camber, since they have no factory adjustment. Our suspension has the ability to adjust all the angles.

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