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Old 11-09-2014, 05:41 PM   #36
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Thanks for the help man really i do appreciate it and im sure you're right every car is different... I'll get the panhard bar on soon after I get the springs on when they come in and go from there.


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Sounds like a good plan bro. Like I said, I'm just trying to save you future headaches. A lot goes into "lowering a car." It's just not as simple as some may think. You change the geometry of things, then other things will be affected. It's inevitable.


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I have coil overs and they are as low as they can get in the front, front tires tucked in finder well, and about two inch drop in the rear. Couldn't lower all the way do to 3" exhaust. I do not have adjustable pan bar and my rear end and pinion angle are in factory specs. I do have camber plates up front to get the caster and canner to factory spec.


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Old 11-09-2014, 10:35 PM   #38
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How long have you had the set up because as far as I've been reading you're shocks and struts may need replacing soon ? What I've been gathering is if you lower the car no matter how much you're gonna have to eventually overhaul your whole suspension. I may just be over speculating but then again people may be talking about more than a 1.5" drop all around which is what im doing. But than again like we've said every car is different


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