Michigan, Winter, and Switching to Stock Springs?
Hey Guys, I'm looking at getting some K Sport or Eibach lowering springs this summer, but my dad is being tough about it, because the car is under his name, and I don't really have a job to pay off my own car and insurance. So he sounds willing to let me get them if I see if it's worth it to switch back to stock in winter. Is this a big PITA, or will it be fine? Winters in Michigan ARE a bitch, and I have already ****ed up the bottom of my radiator from going over some deep shit in a driveway this last winter. But I know I need to drive more careful if I lower it. Any other Michigan lowered owners that could give advice as well? Thanks!
Last edited by MMcGee91; 05-24-2011 at 10:45 PM.