... S..h..u..d..d..e..r.... I hate front springs! The ones on my 92 literally kicked my ass. I had so much trouble getting them in. They were Eibach
Pro Kit springs. Yep, I tried the method where you remove the 2 rear FCA bolts and raise it in with a jack. I couldn't get that method to work for the life of me. As I was jacking it up, when the FCA bolt holes got within 1 inch of the K-member holes, it started lifting the whole car up. It just wouldn't compress any more. I went through 3 different spring compressor tools, tried prying the mofo in with a crowbar.. HAH.. HEYYLLL NO. What I finally ended up doing, (Do this at your own risk) , I first compressed the spring real good with a threaded clamp style tool. Then I strapped on seven (7) 4 inch metal hose clamps (the adjustable type), tightened them down then removed the compressor and installed the spring like nothing happened. After I bolted the strut back up, I cut off most of the clamps and re-used a couple others. Did the same for the other side and that time it only took me 45 minutes. It pays to have an electric impact wrench to tighten/loosen the spring compressor tool, otherwise it will take a long time to get them down to size enough. I'm not sure how safe this method is, but it seemed safe enough long as you didn't muck around with the spring. All the clamps were secure and wern't ripping out or anything. BTW, I learned this from another member on here. I can't remember who it was, but thanks again... whoever you are lol
Ok I found out who it was that gave me that brilliant idea. It was MustangOwner
Alas the guy has been banned. What a shame. That was 3 years ago almost.