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Mustang Lowering Springs (2010-2014)
Latemodelrestoration.com is your one stop shop for all 2010-14 Mustang lowering springs! We have a variety of different S197 lowering springs from great brands such as SVE, Ford Performance, H&R, Eibach, Steeda and more! Choose from specific or progressive rate to get the perfect ride quality you are searching for. Make sure you pair your new springs with a set of Mustang GT500 strut mounts to get rid of that annoying clunking noise these Mustangs are notorious for. These strut mounts install easily on top of the strut when you're putting the spring and strut assembly back in the car. Lowering your car more than an inch? Chances are you're going to need help to get the alignment back in spec. Check out Eibach's camber adjustment bolts! These budget friendly bolts are easy to install and give you the right degree of adjustment you need to get back into spec. Shop our 2010-14 Mustang lowering springs below now!
These Mustang lowering springs fit: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Mustangs.
Thinking about installing a set of lowering springs on your S197 Mustang? Be sure to check out our popular installation tech article with a full installation video! You can watch Jmac show you just how easy it is to an aggressive stance and better handling.
We recently added a couple new suspension kits by Ford Racing and Jarrod could not wait to get one of them on his 2013 Mustang GT. Jarrod went with the nonadjustable Ford Racing 2005-13 Mustang Strut, Shock And Spring Kit. This kit features Ford Racing Shock And Struts, Ford Racing Progressive Rate Lowering Springs (K ... more
Get rid of that wheel gap between the fender lip and top of the tire with a set of lowering springs from 5.0 Resto. These springs are offered in specific and progressive rates and give your car various drops depending on your spring choice and specific body style. Add on a set of urethane isolators to maintain better ride quality. Find these parts and more suspension components at Latemodelrestoration.com.