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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-17-2006, 04:49 AM Thread Starter
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lowering spring question

i was just wondering if there is anywhere i can get just the front springs to lower the car around an inch and a half. thanks, Dave
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I'd be concerned over the kind of ride the different springs would give you. I don't recommend this but you could cut the front spring a tad.

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well i already have a custom made set of stiffer springs in the rear so the differance in ride height is inevitable unless I were to order a pair from the same place again.
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I used Vogtland springs that lower the car 1.6" but I got a full set. I don't know if you could get just the front springs.
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