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All of my birds were acquired at high mileage, I'm fairly certain my 97 is sagging but I need some good stock measurements to be sure and to properly guage what springs and shocks to replace them with to get my new desired height.

The measurements I need must be off of a stock ride height thunderbird/cougar with a 4.6L with good shocks and springs, lowered vehicles need not apply, the measurements I need are:

From the center of the rear fender down to the center of the hub.
From the center of the front fender down to the center of the hub.
From the front pinch weld jack point to the ground.
From the rear pinch weld jack point to the ground.

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Chris
 

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I'll let you know once I replace my front struts next week. I'm on SPORT springs though. Alternately I can measure my dad's stock 95 (40k or so) for you.

Would that work?
 

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After you install the front struts next week and after the springs settle please take measurements for me. For now measurements off of your 40k vehicle will do.

Thanks again Nick,

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also I need measurements from both sides, front and back so there should be a total of 8 measurements.
 

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From the center of the rear fender down to the center of the hub. 16-9/16"
From the center of the front fender down to the center of the hub. 16"
From the front pinch weld jack point to the ground. 6-1/2"
From the rear pinch weld jack point to the ground. 7-1/2"
 
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