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Old 04-19-2015, 07:22 PM   #1
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Lowering springs?!

I wanted to know which springs to get and how much to lower my 2001 GT. I have 19 AMRs with 235/35/19 Triangle tires on front and rear I have 275/35/19 Hankooks. Stock springs. I wanna know how much I should lower cuz I'm sick of the wheel gap. Many people have told me eibach but don't know how much to lower

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Depends. Are you willing to roll the fenders?


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Eibach Sportlines or H&R supersports


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I like my H&Rs. But you would probably have rub with the 19" wheels. Go that route, plus shocks, struts, CC plates and a good alignment and it will look great. I like those wheels on your car, something different from the usual bullits, cobras, or FR500s. I was thinking of getting the SVE drift wheels in matte black on mine. I wish I would have went with 18s but I went 17s a few years ago.

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I like my H&Rs. But you would probably have rub with the 19" wheels. Go that route, plus shocks, struts, CC plates and a good alignment and it will look great. I like those wheels on your car, something different from the usual bullits, cobras, or FR500s. I was thinking of getting the SVE drift wheels in matte black on mine. I wish I would have went with 18s but I went 17s a few years ago.

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You recommend H&Rs? Which ones though? How much is the drop? If they rub a lot I'll end up rolling my fenders either way


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The supersports. Drop around 1 3/4"front and back. A little more of a drop in the front, I would have to look them up to remember exactly.

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