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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-14-2010, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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I want to lower my car, without rubbing my tires. i ride on 215/40/18 and i want my car lower. whats a good place to buy springs, what do you guyus recomend, and forgive my noobishness, it may be a palmface moment, but whats the install consist of
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I think you should be fine as long as you don't lower like 3 inches lol
But I can't say for sure...
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Id recommend either eibach sportlines, k sport, or SSCs. none of those will be a large enough drop to cause rub, so you will be good. and installs free if u do it yourself, theres how-tos on here for that too


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Id recommend either eibach sportlines, k sport, or SSCs. none of those will be a large enough drop to cause rub, so you will be good. and installs free if u do it yourself, theres how-tos on here for that too
Yeah I used a how-to on here over the summer to install my dropzones and everything went fine.
It's not that hard and it saves money
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Well sportlines definately don't rub but you'll wanna go lower. I know I wish I wouldve got the h&r's
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