[DML] Re: lowering front end
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[DML] Re: lowering front end


Having spring options allows you to setup the car to your liking.
The four spring replacement set is rather obvious, but the front
spring pair can be installed to alter only the front or original
front springs can be moved to the rear, making a third option.

If you want a stiff or performance ride, keep the original shocks
if they are still good, but if you want a slightly smoother ride,
there are a few other options available, from kits, to nitrogen
charged specialty shocks, to cross-over, off-the-shelf shocks.

You need to decide ride height and ride handling characteristics
before you pay for something you may or may not need.

Rich W.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "funkstuf" <funkstuf@xxxx> wrote:
> I've noticed that P.J. Grady sells the Eibach spring kit as well 
as a 
> Front Spring only kit.  I'm wondering opinions on this..  Also,
> I'm wondering if I have to have both front and back aligned if I 
> replace only the front springs.
> Dale Funk
> 4984

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