1967-1970 Mustang StreetGRIP Lowering Front Coil Springs – Dual Rate – Pair

$235.00

Dual-rate lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your Mustang. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation.

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Description

Dual-rate lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality, and stance of your 1967-1970 Mustang. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. The dual-rate design gives you the best of both worlds. The “soft” spring section helps your Mustang to transition over small road irregularities with comfort. As the vehicle further compresses the spring, such as when encountering large bumps and high cornering loads, the springs transition to the firmer spring rate to support aggressive bump and body roll movement. Using our exclusive test track, RideTech works closely with Hyperco, its technology partner to develop Mustang-specific spring rates for exceptional performance and comfort.

Rate:490/790 

Instructions

12102350_12102351.pdf

Installation Instructions

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Suspension Location

Front

Suspension Type

StreetGrip – Stock Upgrade

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FORD MUSTANG 1967 - 1970
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1967-1970 Mustang StreetGRIP Lowering Front Coil Springs – Dual Rate – Pair

$235.00

Dual-rate lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your Mustang. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation.

Clear

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

Dual-rate lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality, and stance of your 1967-1970 Mustang. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. The dual-rate design gives you the best of both worlds. The “soft” spring section helps your Mustang to transition over small road irregularities with comfort. As the vehicle further compresses the spring, such as when encountering large bumps and high cornering loads, the springs transition to the firmer spring rate to support aggressive bump and body roll movement. Using our exclusive test track, RideTech works closely with Hyperco, its technology partner to develop Mustang-specific spring rates for exceptional performance and comfort.

Rate:490/790 

Instructions

12102350_12102351.pdf

Installation Instructions

Additional information
Engine Size

,

Suspension Location

Front

Suspension Type

StreetGrip – Stock Upgrade

Year

, , ,

Make

Model

Vehicle Fitment
Reviews

1967-1970 Mustang StreetGRIP Lowering Front Coil Springs – Dual Rate – Pair

$235.00

Dual-rate lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your Mustang. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation.

Clear

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

Dual-rate lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality, and stance of your 1967-1970 Mustang. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. The dual-rate design gives you the best of both worlds. The “soft” spring section helps your Mustang to transition over small road irregularities with comfort. As the vehicle further compresses the spring, such as when encountering large bumps and high cornering loads, the springs transition to the firmer spring rate to support aggressive bump and body roll movement. Using our exclusive test track, RideTech works closely with Hyperco, its technology partner to develop Mustang-specific spring rates for exceptional performance and comfort.

Rate:490/790 

Instructions

12102350_12102351.pdf

Installation Instructions

Additional information
Engine Size

,

Suspension Location

Front

Suspension Type

StreetGrip – Stock Upgrade

Year

, , ,

Make

Model

Vehicle Fitment
Reviews