Reviewed By Larry B (Church Hill, MD) Reviewed for a 1992 Ford Mustang —2/20/2017 2:04 PM
Great feel and cornering
Reviewed By Jerel C (PHILADELPHIA, PA) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Challenger —2/14/2017 8:26 AM
My 2010 Challenger RT 's suspension was beat! I placed a order on AutoAnything and received it in a decent amount of time. I had it installed and OMG light years ahead of the stock suspension. To my surprise, the ride was very nice and not hasrsh at all. If you want that mean, husky look to your Challenger, try this kit.
Reviewed By Marshall M (Okeechobee, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Challenger —2/11/2017 5:12 AM
Easy install with tools, experience, etc. Otherwise, find a competent suspension/brake specialist. Excellent improvement over stock suspension. Best w/ new springs, shocks, strut tower brace, etc.
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