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Old 08-24-2012, 09:06 AM   #36
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The difference between using the iso's or not is a 1/2" , to be honest 9 out of 10 people won't even notice the difference , if you want to get as low as possible don't use them and use tape,a bike inner tube, a piece of rubber hose, whatever you are just preventing metal to metal contact. Anytime you start to mod the car you are gonna get squeaks , rattles it comes with doing mods you just have to accept it , you can prevent the springs from making noise all you want throw a set of aftermarket control arms on there and let the squeak fest begin
Thank you that helps a lot. Also what's the difference in just taking 1 isos out then both?
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Thank you that helps a lot. Also what's the difference in just taking 1 isos out then both?
1/4" drop for one, 1/2" for both
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Alright sweet! What is the best thing to use the tape, hose etc?
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Hey what is the red tubing on this spring? And is it thiner than the stock ones to make the car go lower?
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Hey what is the red tubing on this spring? And is it thiner than the stock ones to make the car go lower?
It's an iso. They them too. Take a look at the reviews at the AM link below. Maybe it will help you decide if you want to leave them off and use tape.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-fr...tors-7904.html
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How come those are red? And I think I might just use a bike tube because there a lot thinner and will sit lower!
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If I take the isos out of front and 1 in rear does it matter what one in rear? Also I really don't wanna drill a hole for the camber plates so if I get the bolts would it be able to get aligned with no isos?
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If I take the isos out of front and 1 in rear does it matter what one in rear? Also I really don't wanna drill a hole for the camber plates so if I get the bolts would it be able to get aligned with no isos?
did you ever get the springs on your ride?
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No probably next week this weekend I'm going camping will for sure post pics when done.
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