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7/26/2019 7:17 AM  #1

This Page Exists To Answer The Question... WHAT WILL MY RIDE HEIGHT BE

When building your Mustang, one of the most important aspects in the way it looks is the ride height. This forum helps show off pictures of Mustangs with different stances, specs, and explain what components are required to get that stance. Tire size also comes into play in getting "the look", so whenever possible the tire size should also be listed. 

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Owner of MustangSteve - 1967 Mustang Coupe 302, 2005 Mustang GT

8/24/2021 9:28 PM  #2

Re: This Page Exists To Answer The Question... WHAT WILL MY RIDE HEIGHT BE

Lookin good.  Mine still looks like that even though it now has 16" wheels.

Original owner - 351w,T-5, 4whl disks, power R&P

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