Tire Rack's ad has them listed for $151. Figure in about $35 for shipping,
mounting and balance. Not too bad for so much meat.
'88 x-CHP Mustang LX
'89 Mustang GT (347, Griggs, S-trim and the list goes on...)
'98 Dakota R/T CC (can barely chirp tires - too much traction?)
From: W. Jack Hilton III [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, June 11, 1998 12:30 PM
Subject: Re: DML: Unique R/T Parts
Not to sound stupid , but my '98 CC R/T won't spin the
I know that you don't really want the wheels to spin anyway
and that it's
probably cuz of the weight of the CC and the power is plenty
for me , but
everyone talks about how they can't hold the ponies on the
road ? Do any of
the other R/T CC owners have a problem with traction on the
stock R/Ts ?
To be quite honest with you , at about $250 a pop for the
Eagle RS-As , I
would have a hard time justifying burnin' em anyway .
At 01:57 PM 6/11/98 -0500, you wrote:
>The R/T's are lowered about 1" in the front and about 2" in
compared to a regular v8 dakota. I am not sure how they did
It has a heaver front sway bar than stock and has a sway bar
on the rear.
It has an aluminum drive shaft and some kind of brace which
the rear leaf springs to the chassis to prevent wheel hop.
It works very
well because I have never even felt the slightest wheel hop,
even on 20ft+
burnouts. BEst bet would be to locate an R/T and give it a
good look over
to see what your looking for.
>>>> <email@example.com> 06/11
11:31 AM >>>
>I'm in the process of searching for a 97 or 98 5.2 5-sp.
When I purchase
one I intend to
>"upgrade" the suspension to R/T specs. I have searched
through the mailing
>hopeing to find a post detailing the unique suspension
components on a R/T.
>Unfortunatly, no luck. Can someone enlighten me on this
>Perspective DAK Owner,
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