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Old 04-16-2014, 05:49 PM   #61
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Looks like coilovers might be our only option going forward. I was really hoping to avoid spending that kind of money. I'm thinking i'm going to put some spacers on it and see how it looks and then decide if i want to spend the money to lower it.
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:31 PM   #62
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Coilovers aren't the only option. Just buy 12 /13 struts. If you get motorcraft (oem), they aren't too expensive. I bought new ST struts for less than 50 each.
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From what the OP posted, you only need the '12-'13 top bushings to make it fit. I still am wondering why he didn't try it - guess it's because he needed to have the install done instead of having the facilities to do it himself.
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Do you mean the '13 top bushings?
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Yeah - sorry for the mis-type, didn't catch that - edited now.
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Cool, well maybe i'll have to just try that then. I really just want to do springs.
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I just went to that link with the Eibach set up and it states "please pick another vehicle as we haven't any parts that match it" or something along those lines. I guess I'll just wait a bit until they figure things out. Thanks for all the help, you guys are great!!
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I just ordered the Sportlines. They will work.

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=410554

The springs are the exact same.... 2012-2013... and 2014. Only diff is dampening. NG vs NF vs ND. The spring is the same. Yadda... I think your mechanic was off.
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