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Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 3:03 pm 
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auxr83 wrote:
the way it works is when you compress them the car falls onto them holding them in place jack the car up they fall out over a bump fall out to much hassle better going orig springs already lowerd


Are you sure? I have only heard of things like that happening with cut springs? To be honest I don't know much about suspension, hence why I'm asking - but can anyone else clarify this?
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Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 3:04 pm 
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I've never heard of that actually happening although I can see how it could. I'd just go the newies mate, suspension is one of those things better done right, if you want to cheap putting in a set of speakers or adding a wing go for it but a steering component should be done right IMO.

 

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Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 3:08 pm 
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MikGan wrote:
I've never heard of that actually happening although I can see how it could. I'd just go the newies mate, suspension is one of those things better done right, if you want to cheap putting in a set of speakers or adding a wing go for it but a steering component should be done right IMO.


Well that's why I asked, from what I have heard, compressing springs is a safe way to lower the car just that bit more, but yeah I guess you're right, getting a new set of rears isn't as expensive as I thought and super lows in the rear with lows (I think :p) in the front should even it out alright.
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