98 V6 Lowering springs

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  1. Warbird19

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    Hi i getting my sister lowering springs for her 98 v6. I want to lower it around 1.5". I looking into H&R or Eibach. What springs would you suggest and where is a good place to buy them.

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    FMS C springs seem to be good. they are cheap too. www.gefracing.com
     
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    not sure, but i think MRT springs are FMS springs, since that guy used to and still has a close connection to Ford.
     
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    eibach r really stiff, beware
     
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    Steeda Sportlines are fairly stiff as well.
     
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    Just about any aftermarket springs are going to be stiffer than stock springs. Check out MRTs suspension kit though. Comes with springs and tokico specifically made struts/shocks to go with their kit.
     
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