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Lowering springs RAISED my ride height, suggestions?
I have a 1969 Fastback and I recently purchased 1'' lowering springs for the front end to have it sit a little lower than the back end. However after installing them I see that the front end now sits about a half inch higher than before. I knew this could happen as the front springs were original and were pretty worn in. I was wondering the best way to get the lowered front end look that I wanted... should I;
1. remove the springs and cut an inch of height off them
2. get the "shelby drop"
3. do something else.
Any suggestions/opinions are welcome please.
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