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  • KONI Technical FAQs | Tire Rack

  • …most vehicles can be lowered acceptably about 1 1/2 inches, beyond that the possibility of bottoming increases rapidly although some longer stroke cars can go lower. Most vehicles are equipped with bump stops to keep the shocks and springs from bottoming out. When lowering a vehicle be sure to reuse…

  • Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set vs Sportline Spring Set: Which to Choose?

  • …Sportline springs. Which one is best? The answer, as always, depends on what you are looking for. The Pro-Kit is an excellent blend of ride and handling. Moderate lowering, usually an inch to an inch and a half, gives a sportier appearance but does not look radically customized. Since the lowering

  • Coil-overs for a daily driver?

  • …and the Eibach Pro-Kit Springs ("mild" lowering, about one inch of drop) felt nearly as comfortable as stock, but helped the car feel more responsive to steering input. The Eibach Pro-System Plus Kit "sport" springs lowered the car nearly two inches and made a noticeable change…

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  • SPC Control Arms For Jeep JK: Part Two

  • …installation. My stock UCAs were 17 7/16" from eye to eye, but I was also doing adjustable lower control arms and I wanted to locate my axle closer to the center of the wheel wells - about 1/2 inch or so back from where it was, so my starting point was a bit different. I took the SPC UCA and…

  • "It's a Jeep Thing Part" Part 4

  • The Jeep looks good without the H&R springs. But as I mentioned in Part 2 the H&R sport spring set should make it perfect. As always, matching your vehicle to the application is the key to success and a mild one-inch lift should be a solid choice by not getting too high and destabilizing the…

  • How Low Can I Go? | Tire Rack

  • …H&R usually provide the required higher spring rates using progressive rate springs that minimize the effect on ride quality. However, the lower you go the higher the spring rate required! Vehicles must always be realigned when lowered. Severely lowered vehicles often experience difficulty in…

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