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Old 09-12-2014, 01:09 AM   #1
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My Ride: E46 1999 323i
Does anyone know if these spring coils stock height?

Bilstein FRONT Coil Spring
Part Number: BIL1955926

Bilstein REAR Coil Spring
Part Number: BIL1955934

My car is lowered quite a bit and I'm a little sick of situations like when I can't get out of a parking garage... Doesn't happen much anymore now that I'm used to it and I'm much more mindful these days of where I go with the car but winter is almost here and being 4 inches from the ground has me worried. I want to lift the car back to stock height. As far as I know, only the coils were changed to lower the car...

The store above could not tell me if those coils are stock height or not. I'm also not able to find coils that aren't lower than stock. I'm hoping that those are stock height.

Also I'm a little concerned that the rear coils say that they are heavy duty versions. I currently don't have subframe problems and I don't want to cause any due to overly stiff rear coils. It's not like I plan to haul bricks.

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