Check out Late Model Restoration's Best Mustang Lowering Springs rankings so that you can choose the best brand that work for you!
Coming in first on the list are SVE Lowering Springs. Not only will your Mustang sit just right, but will get improved handling without losing ride quality. Lowering Springs are offered from 1979-present Mustangs and are offered at the most competitive prices. These springs are made right here in the USA and come equipped with a durable silver epoxy coating.
Pick you up a pair of high performing SVE lowering springs that don't break the bank!
SVE (Special Vehicle Equipment) is a division of Late Model Restoration and is dedicated to providing 1979-Present Mustang enthusiasts with quality performance parts at a budget-friendly price. These products are sold directly at LMR and are affordable at any budget. Whether you want better handling, more horsepower, or better looks, SVE has you covered.
Coming in second on the list our Eibach Lowering Springs. Whether you own a Fox Body up to an S550 Mustang they should have just what you need! LMR carries a wide variety of their spring set ups such as their Pro-kit, sport line, and drag launch springs that will get your Mustang to the exact specifications you desire.
Eibach Springs are made right here in the USA in Corona, California. These springs were first created to meet the most extreme requirements of racing purposes. That's why many of the big racing companies like F1, NASCAR, etc. recommended their products and many use them on their racing vehicles. Their production technology is recognized by many as a leader in its field. This is due to their high-strength spring-steel alloys and many other components that make them stand out from the crowd.
At number 4 comes in arguably the most popular brand for Mustangs, Ford Performance. Their lowering springs have some of the highest quality standards of any aftermarket performance part company. Their springs comes in both a black and blue finish and are available for both Coupe and Convertible models.
Shop Ford Performance Lowering Springs today to give your Mustang an OEM look for an aftermarket price!
Being the high-performance division of the Ford Motor Company, this company specializes in aftermarket parts for many models including the Mustang. Their Mustang parts are designed, engineered, and developed to the most rigorous Ford OE standards. This has given them the right to wear the historic Ford oval.
Number 5 are BMR Lowering Springs are made in the USA and feature the classic BMR red finish. Their Lifetime Spring Sag warranty shows their dedication to their products and how they trust the quality above all.
Choose from the wide variety of springs we carry for 1979-04, 2005-14, and 2015-20 models today!
Getting their start in 1998, it was difficult at the time for customers to find suspension products that had an innovative design and high quality at an affordable price. This brought this company to light and offers a whole range of chassis, suspension, and drivetrain products for 22 different vehicles.
Rounding up our list our Steeda Lowering Springs. We currently offer both ultralite and sport springs for the perfect drop and ride comfort! These are made in the USA and come in a classic Steeda blue finish. Shop Steeda today for another good lowering spring option.
Getting their start in 1988 by Dario Orlando, he chose to use his extensive background in engineering and racecar development to elevating Ford Performance Vehicles to a whole new level of incomparable performance. Steeda also offers the most complete line of Ford-based parts in the world today and is considered the biggest privately owned Ford-performance based company.
We at LMR hope this Mustang Lowering Spring buying guide has helped you make your decision on which brand best suits your needs by letting you weigh the benefits and features. Also, be in mind that all of the brands in this list are top manufacturers in the industry so you can’t go wrong with your choice.
As always for all of your Mustang and Lightning needs, keep it right here at LMR.com