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Old 05-16-2019, 01:17 PM   #1
Ryznar
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Need advice on new springs

Hello,

I just switched to E92 staggered styling 189 wheels and I'm rubbing slightly in the rear with people on the car. I don't want to roll the fenders because one of them has a previous repair which would be ruined, so I'm looking to get slightly higher and harder springs, any insight?. Right now I'm on Eibach Pro Kit and I'd really like to keep the front springs, do you think the car would behave oddly with unmatched springs?


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