Tech Article for Early SN95 Spring install

CobraRed_96_GT

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I found this tech article on stangnet and read the whole thing. Looks pretty good, and most of the suspension is identicle to my 96 (gotta love ford). Is there anything else i need to know when doing mine? Also anything special about adding shocks/struts in the process? Seems like it wouldn't add too much time to the install cuz once the a-arm is off putting struts on is no prob.

http://www.stangnet.com/tech/spring.html

thanks, Chris

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CobraRed_96_GT

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http://www.classicdesignconcepts.com/tech_center/94-04_Mustang_automatic_Bullit_pedals TS.pdf



Heres CDC's link for their bullitt pedals. I think it should help you with pulling your old ones off. The dead pedal is kinda hard to get off without breaking the 2 clips(one on top, one on the bottom) Im not familiar with the steeda pedals and how they go on. GL
thank you, very much. The Steeda ones are much harder to install, you actually have to drill new holes:notnice:
 

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those pedals look wayyyy too slick, atleast the bullitt pedals have the little rubber pieces.
actually the c&c machine left the holes raised and the rest lower so it's not slick at all, and on the brake the Steeda logo is raised too. The stock plastic ones are much slicker than these