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Old 03-18-2005, 02:45 AM   #1
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H&R springs availability?

Hey all...I was wondering if any of you know somewhere where i'd be able to pick up a set of H&R sport suspension springs? I love the look that they have, and would love to get a set.

However, it seem that nowhere seems to carry them for 1997 Cobra vert...only for the coupe models. Would it be ok to toss springs that are listed under coupe onto a convertible? I don't want to move on to the Super Sport Springs (which are the only set that I see even mention convertibles) because of their call for aftermarket shocks and struts (plus I'm not really looking for a 2 inch drop) Anyone know of anywhere that might happen to carry a set I could toss onto my 97? I've already checked Tirerack.com and a few other obvious sites as well. Any help would be appriciated! Thanx
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Old 03-18-2005, 01:49 PM   #2
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try www.stangsuspension.com i got my H&R sport springs from there for a good price and for free shipping.
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try www.stangsuspension.com i got my H&R sport springs from there for a good price and for free shipping.
I'm not so much worried about the price, but more that I could find somewhere that HAS H&R springs for a vert, as opposed to coupe. Everywhere keeps telling me that I have to go with Super Sport Suspension, which requires upgraded struts/shocks. Just lookin for sport suspension for a 97 vert
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Anyone even know if H&R makes springs for the 96-98 vert? From what im hearing, no one says that H&R specifies a spring for those years of the vert.

Would it make a difference if I used springs from H&R made for teh 96-98 couple on a vert? considering how the verts a lil more tail heavy then the coupe, would that hurt anything?

All opinoins and thoughts would be wonderful...especially if you've got a 96-98 vert with aftermarket suspension!
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