They work very well, I used to have some in a '85 GT street car. The front suspension moves much more freely, might want to invest in better struts. They do improve suspension geometry by moving the rear of the control arm out, which moves the ball joint forward. They increas track width slightly, add camber and increase wheel base slightly. I would like to have some for my '89 GT, I don't want to put a tubular K member or control arms in it since it is a daily driver, that and I can't afford a Maximum Motorsports K member and arms, the only one I would use on a daily driver.
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