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Old 08-17-2015, 12:14 AM   #1
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I wanna get eibach sportlines whay else would I NEED to do safely and nicely
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Adjustable panhard bar and new shocks/struts/strut mounts at a minimum. For the strut mounts, I'd go with CC plates. With that big of a drop in the rear possibly an adjustable UCA & bracket to correct your pinion angle. Probably will want LCA relo brackets and if you're going through the trouble of adding those... mind as well get a set of LCAs.
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I'd go with a bumpsteer kit and ball joints too ^ Really helps on lowered cars and gets roll center back to optimal.
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It depends on your budget ... if you can do springs, shocks/struts, HD mounts & panhard bar all at the same time ... it would be ideal. The shocks & springs require the same labor so doing them at the same time will save you some $$.

Also, the stock mounts are not ideal for use with aftermarket springs & shocks.

If you would like, I can put a package together for you - the only issue is, we sell the Steeda springs ... which are a great compliment to the Steeda package.

You can email me at tim@steeda.com to discuss off forum if you wish!

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