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post #1 of 3 Old 10-11-2008, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
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instant center brackets and ride height

I just intalled Metco instant center brakets with their lower control arms.
Now the rear of the car is sitting too low .

Did I make something wrong?
even if I move the bracket to anther position it just moves the rear wheel to the rear or front of the fender...

Any help would be appreciated

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I will assume that you are still running stock location springs.
With that assumption in mind, most IC brackets for the mustangs drop the mounting point for the lower control arms and at the same time unloads the springs. In order to get your car back to its previous ride height you will need to place shims underneath the springs.

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I will assume that you are still running stock location springs.
With that assumption in mind, most IC brackets for the mustangs drop the mounting point for the lower control arms and at the same time unloads the springs. In order to get your car back to its previous ride height you will need to place shims underneath the springs.

>Yeah, thanks for the reply, thats why I did , I had a budzter 1 inch spacer and now the level is correct.
I figured out by myself, but this should be explained in the instructions.
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