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  • What Should I Expect from Lowering Springs?

  • …wheelwell). The "downside" of the lowering spring is that the tighter coils will have less travel to them and take away from the ride comfort of the vehicle. So what to do? A good rule of thumb to follow is the less the vehicle is lowered, the less the ride comfort will be effected!…

  • Considering Lowering Your Vehicle?

  • Considering replacing your Original Equipment springs with lowering springs? A good rule of thumb is that many vehicles can be lowered approximately 1.5 inches without any complications. Eibach Springs and H&R Springs offer options that provide the required spring rates using progressive rate…

  • Lowering the Mustang

  • …the lowering springs you need if you are looking for a way to reduce that large wheel well gap that most modern Mustangs have as well as improve the vehicle's handling. The Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set and H&R Sport Springs are two very popular options that offer a moderate amount of lowering while…

  • Lowering Your Ford Mustang

  • …are opting to lower their cars for more aggressive handling and appearance. Due to the flexibility of the late model Mustang chassis, there are several ride height and stiffness options available. Depending on the version of Mustang, there are several options for lowering from standard…

  • Matching Lowering Springs to Shocks/Struts

  • …sportier look is to replace your factory springs with lowering springs. Although you can expect a stiffer ride, lowering a car will improve handing and steering response. What often gets overlooked is the shocks and struts (dampers) and how lowering springs affect their performance and fit. Each…

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  • Lower Your Car and Keep a Great Ride with Eibach Lowering Springs

  • …set of lowering springs from Eibach may be the answer. Benefits of lowering springs: * Lower center of gravity * Reduced body roll * Reduced pitch and dive when braking and accelerating * Better handling and steering feel Vehicle performance and handing aren't the only reasons to lower your car.…

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  • Suspension Tech - A Look at Lowering

  • …* Lower 1.25" * Lower 1.75" * 17" O.Z. Racing Alleggerita HLT (White) * Stock Height * Lower 1.25" * Lower 1.75" * 18" O.Z. Racing Alleggerita HLT (White) * Stock Height * Lower 1.25" * Lower 1.75" All images are approximated and may not be an accurate representation of wheel sizes or lowering.

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  • How does ride and handling change with H&R lowering springs?

  • Ever wonder what to expect when changing out Original Equipment (O.E.) springs to lowering or race springs? The information below is a quick comparison between H&R O.E. Sport Springs, H&R Sport Springs and H&R Race Springs. H&R OE Sport Springs H&R Sport Springs H&R Race…

  • Looking to lower your vehicle?

  • …vehicle. You'll want to shop by vehicle, after which Tire Rack will create a detailed list of options that you can choose from. Not sure you want to lower your vehicle? Take a look at lowering to get a better understanding of what your vehicle would look like sitting a little lower to the ground.

  • Do you have lowering springs and need to buy shock absorbers?

  • Do you already have lowering spring or are planning to get them and are confused about what shock absorbers to get? This can be confusing with so may choices out there. I recommend the KONI Sport Shocks. 1. KONI Sport Shocks are adjustable. You can adjust the damper for the amount of rebounding…

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