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Old 2-4-13, 16:38   #1 (permalink)
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89 MX6 Coilovers

Hi,

I just bought these coilovers for my TX5 hatch (MX6 hatch)eBay Australia: Buy new & used fashion, electronics & home d?r. Can someone tell me are the struts easy to remove on this car? Where are the rear struts located and how do you access them? Will the linked coilovers fit allright and lower it far?

Sorry to be a noob but I havent had the car all that long. Much appreciated thanks -

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1989 Ford Telstar TX5 Turbo 2.2L, White over grey, 2.5" full exhaust, front mount, full adjustable coils, 16psi stable
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yea two bolts on the hub, and the top 4, its not hard to remove but the back ones you may have to remove interior pieces to get to the top. and as for it lowering im sure it will go far just really up to you wat you set it at.
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this car is really one of the easiest to install suspension on. You shouldnt have any problems at all.

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Thanks for the replies, i'll show you all when it's done. Also, whats the 'hub' maybe we call it something different down here ?? haha

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Your hub might be called a knuckle there. Its what your suspension, wheels, and brakes all bolt onto.

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