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coilovers for my 62

Postby primal1 » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:38 am

i know there is a difference between the mustang shocks to the roundbody falcon/comets but cant remember the difference. i need the order coilovers. can somebody remind me.
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Re: coilovers for my 62

Postby bmmaurer » Mon Sep 25, 2017 6:48 am

I got my coilovers here, They are perfect. Give them a call.

https://www.kanter.com/productdetail.as ... er=Catalog

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Re: coilovers for my 62

Postby poboyjo65 » Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:15 am

you could use mustang shocks if you get the mustang shock mounts that go on top of the shock towers. this is the difference, the bottom of shocks are the same.
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Re: coilovers for my 62

Postby 62Cometman » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:27 am

I dont know if i would consider those canters a true coil over they are more of a helper spring system,they woudln't be able to support the full vehicle weight if you wanted to remove the original spring, as for your original question primal, varishock has a nice kit that bolts to the factory control arm, they are a little more pricey, but you can get a set that has single or double adjustable shock along with adjustable ride height check them out
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Re: coilovers for my 62

Postby primal1 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:40 am

62Cometman wrote:I dont know if i would consider those canters a true coil over they are more of a helper spring system,they woudln't be able to support the full vehicle weight if you wanted to remove the original spring, as for your original question primal, varishock has a nice kit that bolts to the factory control arm, they are a little more pricey, but you can get a set that has single or double adjustable shock along with adjustable ride height check them out


ouch, very pricey. thanks. I bought the tru-turn system and was hoping to find a coil-over to put in with out being "made for mustang". that way it might be a little cheaper. the ridetech made to go with the tru-turn single adjustable are $730. I've read they ride nice. it may be what I have to do though. thanks again.
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Re: coilovers for my 62

Postby Lip Ripper » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:13 am

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