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Well I finally got tired of riding around on flat air shocks and montgomery wards front shocks (as I found out when I took them out) that were who knows how old, and decided the Edelbrock IAS were a bit expensive, so I picked up some KYB high pressure shocks and the stang rides smoooooth now /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif After installing them I hit some really rough roads and had a smile on my face the whole time.
Next up is some suspension work, and eventually want to replace coil and leaf springs and all the various suspension bushings.
 
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That's good to hear...I just ordered a set from MU. There doesn't seem to be a consensus about the ride quality with these; some think it's too harsh. I decided to check them out anyway; my car's not a daily driver so ride quality isn't critical (to a degree of course).
 

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That is good to hear. Some people like them others don't. But then again some people like 65-66's and other's don't /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
I liked my GR-2's until I did the Shelby drop. Then the ride was to rough for me.
 
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I put KYBs on my '68 back in 1981. They are still on the car and I love them! I just put KYBs on my '65 Vert last year. I think they are one of the best values as compared to anything you can do to a classic mustang.
 
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