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Old 1/9/07, 12:08 AM
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Question about MMR rear coil overs

Well I have was looking at some coil overs for my 05 GT, specifically the ones from MMR, and I was wondering, how exactly would you adjust them to the height you want? Lets say I wanted 2" all around, how would I adjust the coilovers to do that? For a sidenote I already have steeda sport springs...just want it lower

Sorry im alittle new to the whole coil over deal

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Well I have was looking at some coil overs for my 05 GT, specifically the ones from MMR, and I was wondering, how exactly would you adjust them to the height you want? Lets say I wanted 2" all around, how would I adjust the coilovers to do that? For a sidenote I already have steeda sport springs...just want it lower

Sorry im alittle new to the whole coil over deal

thanx for everyones help
Well I have not seen these coil overs, but generaly with a coil over, the upper seat of the spring is fixed to the upper end of the shock and the lower seat is fixed to the body of the shock. The lower seat us adjustable on the body via threads, So as you move the lower seat down, the car lowers, as you raise the seat up it raises the car. A simiar technique can be used on the rear coil when a shorter coil is installed and a adjustable lower seat is installed on top of the axle housing.
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I can get great deals on all MMR stuff, let me know if you want anything from MMR.
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I'd like to know more about the MMR coilovers, too. They're $200 on V6 mustang stuff. Even if they don't come with shocks, the total price would be $350 if you added the MMR 50/50 drag shocks. How come so cheap, when most coilovers are around the $1000 mark?
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