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Discussion in '1994 - 1995 Specific Tech' started by Pennywise2, Jun 11, 2006.
Cut them even, hmmmmm, who would've thunk it. Thanks
I'd like to second that ode to Aaron or at least her bum
Im just wondering dont wanna steal the thread, but about how much can you drop before you have to worry about LT headers hitting?
i'll work on getting more pics of the gf for you
We all would appreicate it Caldwell!
H&R Sport Springs, with Tokico's soon to come!
Not sure if this is a misunderstanding, but you do realize that I am Aaron, and she is not Aaron....right?
Here's a couple of mine.
Dudeman, your car is incredible!!!!
sick95gt, I must say, that before today I always thought that hood would look horrible on a mustang, but it looks incredible! Good stuff and cudo's on being original!
JR, when you posted a while back when you cut the front coils and put on the 18" Chrome Cobra R's, you said the springs were the pro-kit with a coil cut off the front...also your "before coil cut" pics do not look like sportline, but pro-kit.
So which is it?
Steeda Super-Lite springs, currently stock shocks/struts. Tokico Illuminas and CC plates soon to follow:
Nice cars folks.
any more pics of the bronco? that is sweet
Heh, your wish is my command .
Here it is after I ripped off the crappy fiberglass steps that were on it when I bought it (about to put the stainless step tubes on).
Here's the Bronco at N.E.D. doing the tow vehicle thing for my dad's nostalgia dragster. (Step tubes on in this one).
I love the Bronco, I think it is my favorite Ford Truck platform. I'm on my second one now. Still have my old '91 rotting away in the yard as I slowly strip it of parts (you can see it in the first pic).
BTW, haven't I seen you on the FSB forums? I haven't been there in a while. . . should go back soon.
Thanks for noticing that and that's what I get for posting so early in the a.m
"PRO_KIT" -1 coil cut.
I believe they are eibach drop springs it is really bumpy I am getting air ride bags soon, can't wait.