wanna lower my front more

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  1. ff_drift_lol

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    i'd hate to buy new springs just to chop them. i'll look around for some used ones.
     
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    i haz used sportlines
     
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    hao much
     
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    ya... dont cut your springs.... and get coilovers
     
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    ill let them gor for 150 shipped
     
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    Mike i'm having a pair of TC struts modified to bring my front end dow as well.

    I'm sitting 1/2 inch higher in the front that the rear, and i'm too cheap for coilovers.

    Having the strut/knuckle holes opened up vertically with height marks on them, also moving the endlink mounting tab up. Let you know how it goes.
     
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    how did you bring the back down drift?

    im tired of rollin around with 100+ lbs. of shit in the back because of wheelgap
     
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    i tried that, my s/c struts have that done but i did it too much now the tire hits the spring perch. i guess a half inch would work. gonna be reeeeal close though.

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    there were a few dead coils that bound up on my progress rear springs. cut 3 of em off, no ride difference but lower.

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    ya.... gimme a grand... and get over it
     
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    yeah, i'm only going half an inch. Good point on the spring perch contacting the tire...
     
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    yeah def. been there haha :D
     

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