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Old 04-03-2012, 10:08 PM   #1
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Can someone post some pics of there car lowered with 17s please I'm looking to buying some! Thanks!!
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I have H&R Super Sports and 17in bullitts
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Thanks I have an 04 gt so if anyone has an 1999 through 2004 I would appreciate a pic with the h&r installed!
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2" h&r lowing springs on 17" F-R500s
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I'm on 18s.. U know if u go to AM, there's tons on pics on there
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Thanks and yes I know that I just wanted to see some other rides but is the h&rs to low?
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Thanks and yes I know that I just wanted to see some other rides but is the h&rs to low?
I love mine I don't think it's to low gives it a whole different look I have no issues with then at all
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Old 04-03-2012, 11:29 PM   #8
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Alright sweet when you did yours did you do shocks and camber plates to or just the springs?
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I did my whole suspension. I'm on 18"s. Camber caster, shocks struts, h&r SS, bumpsteer, x2 ball joints. Blah blah
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Can you do the springs without the shocks? Or do the springs and shocks without the camber plates cause I'm 16 and I'm low on money and I really want to get rid of the factory stance!!
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H&R race springs with Tokiko's.
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Can you do the springs without the shocks? Or do the springs and shocks without the camber plates cause I'm 16 and I'm low on money and I really want to get rid of the factory stance!!
People will argue all day long on if you can just do springs or if you need to do it all. Honestly I did springs without shocks struts for a month while I saved up and my stock shocks struts bottomed out constantly and cause a horrible ride. I wouldn't recommend it. But some people just install springs and are okay.. I would never just do that though. What's the sense in half-assing something? Just save up and do everything at once. I saved up for nearly five months before I was in a place to drop $1300 on all the parts I needed. And I couldn't be happier.
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