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Awesome, thanks...wonder why they want you to tighten the shock absorbers lower bolt while the car is at curb height? There is a bushing in there that allows it to rotate?
PS. I only did the rears to see how they compare with the stock fronts. They are a little more stiff, but keeps the wheels planted during heavy acceleration over bumpy surfaces. Will tackle the fronts this weekend....I have about three fingers space above the rear wheel after the drop. I didn't measure the height before, so can't tell you how much
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