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Old 08-14-2014, 12:35 AM   #1
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Lowering car with eibach

So tomorrow I will be picking up some eibach sportline springs ... Is there any other part I'm gonna need while I lower my car?


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ideally?
yes! but no... springs will be just fine.
you should however have shocks and struts that can handle the lowering as stock aren't ideal at all. caster camber plates, the springs, and if you want to do it rite get the bump steer kit.
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ideally?
yes! but no... springs will be just fine.
you should however have shocks and struts that can handle the lowering as stock aren't ideal at all. caster camber plates, the springs, and if you want to do it rite get the bump steer kit.

A lot of people told me just to get rear shocks and struts leave the front alone is that true? Also one of my friends said Ill need a pan hard bar..


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struts are in the front shocks are in the back
no need for pan hard bar.
caster camber plates to get the alignment proper
shocks and struts if you can afford them if not it may not be the best ride but you will still be able to use your springs until you can afford to change them.
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struts are in the front shocks are in the back
no need for pan hard bar.
caster camber plates to get the alignment proper
shocks and struts if you can afford them if not it may not be the best ride but you will still be able to use your springs until you can afford to change them.

Okay so I will need to get the cc plates first for sure


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