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Discussion in 'Fox 5.0 Mustang Tech' started by Casey2552, Sep 20, 2013.
I'm not that knowledgable on suspension I have lowering springs do I need cc to get alignment right
Yes and no... They are the easiest/best way to get correct caster/camber. However you can slot the strut bolt holes to achieve the same result but that method has it's own likes/dislikes....
Just buy the cc plates and be done with it.
Yeah that's what I figured , it will look nice to under the hood any suggestions for brand or best plates for good price
I simply prefer the more positive adjustment with the aftermarket plates. The factory rubber bushings in the top of the plates you currently have are most definitely worn and I would recommend replacing them if your budget so allows.
I recently installed these on my 87 along with new springs and struts. They went on easily and I had no complaints from my alignment guy on adjustments. They list separate sets for 79-89 and 90-93 but the price is the same.
Thanks , yeah I will probably order those
IMO go with Steeda or MM. Know that there are different ones for 87-89 to 90-93.