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Old 12-13-2013, 04:42 PM   #2
PfadtRacing
 
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Originally Posted by chuckclanton View Post
Of the three, BMR Hotchkis & PFADT lowering springs; which has the highest load rate? That is the weight the spring was designed to support at a given ride height. Also which has the larger bar diameter?
Hey Chuck, I'm trying to understand if you just want engineering speak or if you are trying to solve an issue with your car. I can help with either but I don't want to bore you. My guess is you want to lower your car and maybe your vehicle is heavier dude to a big stereo system or having 4 people ride with you and you want to make sure your car keeps its handling characteristics as well as doesn't bottom out or bounce.

Pfadt springs are designed to lower the vehicle and boost factory performance in turns as well as straight line. You will keep your shock travel as well as not bottom out with Pfadt springs.

If that doesn't answer your question please let me know
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