Suspension Stack Racing 1 1/2" drop

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  1. Roanstang

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    This drop leveled my Roanstang, and it really handles much better in the twisty's!

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    Looks good :)
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    Thanks Clair, I really believe in dropping the rear of our ponies for safety's sake. This gives the car more grip control.

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    Is that 1 1/2" front and back? Looks good whatever it is! I put in 1" front/1 1/2" rear springs (eibach/roush/dub) this winter. Looks much better but haven't tested them out yet.
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    Viking, it's the rear only. Roanstang only has 14,000 miles so I am waiting for the struts & shocks to wear before
    I do the front springs.

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