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Old 06-07-10, 06:29 PM   #1
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So I recently dropped my lex...I put some 2" drop springs all round...is it just me or does it sit lower in the back?....lmk what you think~







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from what I heard, springs usually make the car sit lower in the rear. It's the same with my car also
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is there anything i can do to help the sag....I heard they sell some spring bumps you put in between the coils.....do those work?
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I have H&R on mine here is a pic of how it sits which btw I think is just right, What springs are you running?

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I think the car looks fine
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Old 06-07-10, 11:27 PM   #6
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Looks good. You say you just got them? Give'em a few days and let everything settle
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hopefully the settle right....should i get my car aligned now? or whats the process after dropping a car...do i need a camber kit? thanks for the info in advance... oh yea...and I think the springs are Megan springs...had a friend buy them and sold his car before he could put them on so he gave them to me...It rides very smooth~
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Yes you will need a set of spc front balljoints and a rear camber bolt kit as lowering it that much will wear out tires very fast (ask me how I know)
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Btw springs do not settle this is a myth that they do so what you have now is how it will sit 2 years down the road.
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thanks for the info guys....any links to said items?
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The black lips are a very unique look.
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