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Will Stang GT springs work on a T-bird

Ok i kno you can but performance springs for a t-bird made for a t-bird but i kno i can get mustangs off of a Mustang GT cheaper and was wondering if they would fit
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YES all you have to do is back half the rear and install a solid rear axle and cut off a front end from a stang and swap your front end out. Beware there may be a little bit of cutting and welding involved

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Ok answers my question
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If it was a fox body bird...yeah, no problem.

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