Question about 2004 Ford Mustang V6
Posted by Anonymous on
I would suggest no. It's just a bump stop. When adding caster / camber kits or lowering the car, we often reduce its thickness.
Posted on May 20, 2017
If driving an older car I would replace all bushings. If they look worn and cracked yes. I have a 2002 Mustang I just bought and that's what I'm going to do. Do it now while the car is getting the struts done, Instead of down the road and you have stability trouble. But if you can't do it yourself I can see why you ask. Money. Maybe some auto repair shop is telling you so. Get a second opinion.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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