I had to lower my exhaust to get at the handbrake, so did this video at the same time. Maybe helpful for anyone who's new to the struggle with those damn bits of rubber.
2.0 Duratec with single exhaust.
I'm new to the forum, so forgive me if this post (or similar post) has been answered numerous amounts of times.
I'm picking up my Mondeo on Thursday, and straight away, have left myself £1,000 to get the car lowered up to 100mm, maybe more depending on wheels (yet to be decided)...
i was wondering i am going to be changing all four of my springs soon and also the shocks
just decided to start again with the suspension because i plan on keeping the car for another 2 years till i save a good bit of money for a nearly new car i have 4k saved and was going to go for a car...
So I've ordered the Eibach sports suspension kit from Ford, but I've decided to fit them myself with the help of a savvy mate. The plan is to lay out the process in this thread, so that others can learn from my mistakes and maybe it can become a sort of definitive source for this...
has anyone ,or know anyone who has a wheel arch rolling tool really need one wether it be borrow one or buy one however new they are about 80 quid on ebay and I don't really want to buy one to use once . thanks
I will be purchasing the Elbach lowering spring kit next week and will be doing the work myself. I got a Haynes manual at Christmas as a stocking filler, and thought, out of interest, what is the process for lowering it. I've fitted lowering springs on my previous car with no issue, but...
HI i have a ford mondeo 03 tdci 130
i wont to lower it,
i love the look of low cars, what is the suitable low'ness to take a mondeo ?
i wont it around 50 - 60 mm low ?
its fully standard an wil be puting some 18 inch alloys on it.
also to go low will i have to change the shocks/dampers ...
does anyone have these?
or know of them?
im thinking about getting them for my mondeo and just wondered if anyone knows anything...