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Hey fellas just wondering how much you people with ba's have had them lowered and with what springs/shocks. How does it ride now would you change anything. I saw the eibach shocks for a stang searched a little and found they sell them here in auz, they are adjustable from 20-70mm i guess thats 50mm of travel from the mounting position does anyone knoe it they are made for fords or do most shocks fit most cars.


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set of Kings or Peddars cost around $220/$260 a set of four....if you drop about 30mm all around your standard shocks well be ok, maybe if you want a better ride look for some better shocks...






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What type of springs do Herrods use and what do they charge?



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I got kings in my XR6 lowered 2" just on limt with standard shocks.Fully fitted $500.00

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What type of springs do Herrods use and what do they charge?
hi Steve, Herrods use King springs but most of there stuff is made exclusive for them.. I dont know if they were purchased else were if they would be the same springs....

I know of a few people were happy with the ride and the job done herrods maybe send them a PM, 100%, FPVGT, TEZA and I think Cam did also....

Cost not to sure ring Jeff or Rob dont forget to ask for your 5% discount...






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