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Old 04-29-2014, 08:42 PM   #1
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Jba longtube headers with lowering springs

Anyone running lowering springs with JBA Long tubes.? I just purchased JBA LT off road H pipe and catback I want to lower the car and I was looking at Eibach pro kit but was wondering if anyone had any ground clearance issues with the headers
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You will be fine.

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the JBA's hang lower than some other LT's, but you'll be fine I'm sure, just be careful going over taller speed bumps

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Thanks for the input guys
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I have had JPC Long Tube headers (I know they're not JBA's) and Eibackh ProKit's on my car for the last two summers and have NEVER had a single clearance issue- not speed bumps or anything. You should be absolutely fine.
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