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my current setup is fe5 shocks and struts with ssc lowering springs. Im wondering what I should use to get just a inch or half inch to go lower without going coil overs I have about a good finger to two finger gap I wanna get rid of with out blowing a hole in my pocket for coil overs. So whats a good quality lowering spring for good price thats has a lower drop then ssc lowering springs?

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BnG is pretty much the lowest you can get without coilovers. One of my buddies still had to cut a coil out of the rear springs tho cuz his ass was riding a bit high. but once he did that he was pretty close to flush on 17 inch wheels
 

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You should look into the ksports too. Drop is between the b&g and ssc. Closer to the b&g

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Is b&g lower then k sport?

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I have a finger to two finger with 18s

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I want that gone lol
 

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No nothing wrong with them. Just the bumps. Gotta take it easier then with your ssc. Angle your car going on ramps or driveways. Speed bumps gotta go slow Cuz you'll scrape after the front wheels go over.
 

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Oh ok yea the bumps are bad on ssc but I try to miss em most of the time I go super slow on speed bumps lol

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Did u have to roll your fenders?
 
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