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I just had the car lowered with Eibach pro lowering springs. I'm happy with the look in the back but the front is looking a little "off" to me. Too low and I think with it being lowered this much it exacerbates the fact that the front wheel tucks under the fender. I'm thinking of adding a shims to the coils to raise the front and wheel spacers to push the wheels out more. Any thoughts? And any recomendation for suppliers?
 

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Looks good to me. Not too low in my opinion. I would not run spacers.
 
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If you think that looks low, put some bmr springs on. They sell the same springs to you regardless of what Mustang you own! V6-4.6-5.0-5.4 supercharged. Talk about low and say goodbye to your handling.....
Sorry for the rant...I think yours looks great just like that. I'd leave it.

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I just had the car lowered with Eibach pro lowering springs. I'm happy with the look in the back but the front is looking a little "off" to me. Too low and I think with it being lowered this much it exacerbates the fact that the front wheel tucks under the fender. I'm thinking of adding a shims to the coils to raise the front and wheel spacers to push the wheels out more. Any thoughts? And any recomendation for suppliers?
I have recently been attracted by BONOSS wheel spacers, but I wonder if it’s worth buying?
 

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I have recently been attracted by BONOSS wheel spacers, but I wonder if it’s worth buying?
Welcome to the forum! This thread that you revived is 5 years old and now closed due to age. If you are up for introducing yourself, you’ll find our new member area here:

 
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