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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-02-2014, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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Lowering Springs in Canada

If anyone in Canada has bought lowering springs for your Thunderbird, where did you get them, and how much did you pay?
I currently have cut sport springs, but they are cut too low and wear my tires out too fast and just beat up the underside of my car.
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Don't limit yourself to Canada, I buy most of my auto parts from the US, it's usually cheaper even after paying shipping and duty compared to buying here. Amazon, eBay, etc. are awesome for us Canadians.

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Do you have a picture of your cut springs I want to cut a couple pairs for some of my cars but don't want the wearing tires and beat up underside!
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Do you have a picture of your cut springs I want to cut a couple pairs for some of my cars but don't want the wearing tires and beat up underside!
The car already had the cut springs when I got it, so I have no clue how many coils were cut. The inside edge of the tires wears out very fast. Speed bumps and driveway entrances scrape. I put a large dent in the front bottom edge of the transmission pan, necessitating replacement.
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