Pedders Lowering Spring Kit SportsRyder 2005-2014
- Lowers About 1 Inch
- Improved Handling
- Fits All 2005-2014 Mustangs
- Powder Coated Red
Pedders SportsRyder Lowering Spring Kit for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Mustangs.
Want that aggressive lowered look for your 2005-2014 Mustang? This premium SportsRyder Lowering Spring Kit (PED-804005) by Pedders is exactly what you need! Order yours today from CJ Pony Parts!
SportsRyder Spring Kit (PED-804005) Features and Benefits:
- Lowers Center of Gravity for Improved Handling
- Cut to Precise Length for Precise Fit
- Hot Formed Coils are Quenched in Oil Bath
- Slowly Tempered in Oven for Strength
- Shot Peened and Powder Coated
- Fits All 2005-2014 Mustangs
Pedders is proud to offer this complete lowering spring kit for your performance pony! This set of four (4) springs are ideal for sports and performance applications. They're built to ISO 9001 standards with a low +/-2mm tolerance at loaded height. The increased spring rate of this lowering kit provides better overall handling and a smoother ride for a more sporty feel. If you've been looking for the best performance-driven springs for your pony, than these are it! Pick up your premium spring kit from CJ's today!
Front and Rear: 1"
Front: 200.8 in/lbs.
Rear: 186.2 in/lbs.
Tech Tip: CJ Pony Parts recommends getting an alignment after installation to ensure your Mustang's specs are in check. Otherwise, your tires may wear improperly.
Pedders has played a prominent role in the Australian automotive aftermarket industry since 1950. In the summer of 2006, Pedders USA became a reality by selling specialized parts to automotive wholesalers and specialist workshops throughout the U.S. Pedders USA does not build parts for race cars--they make parts for the enthusiast driver that just happen to do extremely well on the race course! If you're looking to upgrade your new Mustang and make it a performance vehicle, than CJ Pony Parts has the Pedders performance enhancements you've been looking for! Browse CJ's growing Pedders category today!
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Angel: Thank again, Bill. Yeah. These are lowered springs, as you mentioned. They're gonna drop the car just over an inch and they're gonna deliver a better performing ride by controlling weight transfer, both front to rear and roll, and lowering your center of gravity of the vehicle.
Bill: And these work with stock shocks and struts?
Angel: Yeah. They can certainly be used with stock shocks or an upgraded performance shock and strut.
Bill: Okay. What are these gonna fit? What years, what bodies, what style?
Angel: It's the S197.
Bill: So pretty much anything in 2005 to 2014.
Angel: Exactly. V6. V8. No matter. It'll fit them all.
Bill: Great. We'll start up the installation.
For this installation today, lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8 ratchet, 5/16 socket, 10 millimeter socket, 13 millimeter socket, 15 millimeter socket, 18 millimeter socket, 21 millimeter socket, torque wrench, 18 millimeter wrench, clip removal tool, 1/2" impact or 1/2" ratchet, spring compressor, and safety glasses.
Since this is your product, I'm gonna let you handle the installation. I'll explain the process. The first thing we're gonna do is remove three of the four nuts from the strut.
Okay. Now we move underneath the car. All right, so down in the wheel well, we're gonna start by removing the sway bar.
With the sway bar off, now we're gonna move the bolt for the standoff for the brake line and the clips for ABS line.
With the clips out of the way, now you can remove bolt that'll hold the strut to the spindle.
At this point, you should be able to get the bolts out by hand. If not, just give them a little tap.
All right. Now we can remove the last strut nut and then remove the strut.
All right. Now we're gonna use our spring compressor so that we can compress the spring to remove the strut mount.
Then we're gonna remove the nuts from the top of the strut to remove the mount.
Something I'm gonna mention right here before we install our new spring is the factory strut mounts are known for being an issue, especially on the 2005 for 2010 cars. We want to replace them instead of upgrade the ones while we're here. We offer upgraded version from Ford Performance and KYB.
Angel: All right. Obviously, there's a huge difference here in the height and the diameter of these coil springs. But at the end of the day, this is what's gonna arrive at that drop that we mentioned earlier and it's gonna firm up the ride to the point where it's going to give you better motion control and better handling as a result.
Bill: All right. Now we're gonna compress the new spring before we install it. You don't have to actually compress these too much. Honestly, about an inch or two because it is a much shorter spring. It's much easier to put on the strut.
And when you're assembling this, you want to make sure the spring is seated with the upper and bottom and reinstall the nuts and tighten it down.
Make sure everything's tight, then you can remove your spring compressor.
All right. Now the assembly's ready to go back in the car. Before we put the assembly in, you want to make sure that arrow with the little cutout is pointing towards the fender towards the outside of the car. All right, Angel's gonna put it up into place and I'm gonna four nuts on the top here just to hold it until we connect everything else.
All right. We're ready to connect the spindle back to our strut. Now usually it's easier to the bottom bolts in first. Whichever one lines up, that's the one I would start with.
And reinstall the factory retaining nuts and tighten them down.
All right. Now reinstall the pushpin for the line and connect the brake bracket.
All right. Now we're gonna reinstall the sway bar.
Get everything tightened in the wheel well. Last step, tighten up these four bolts here.
We're gonna repeat the process on the other side and move onto the rear. Okay. Now moving onto the rear springs, what we're gonna do first is support the axle. We're gonna drop the sway bar so we can access the bolt on both the shock then lower down the rear, pop out the spring.
Once we remove both in the sway bar, it'll just drop right down. Now that you can see the sway bar drop, we can access the bolt to remove the shock and we can lower down the rear.
And now we can lower our jack down.
I'm gonna put this spring into place now. You want this end here facing the back of the car. Make sure the factory gaskets are still there and jack it back up into place.
Okay, then we're gonna repeat the process on the other side with the other springs and your installation is finished.
Angel, thanks for coming out. The lowering springs definitely improved the ride height of this car. I'm sure it's gonna perform a lot better as well. As far as the installation goes, straightforward spring install, figure about two hours, you'll be back on the road in no time.