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Old 12-07-2010, 12:03 PM   #36
drive it like U stold it
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Drives: 2010 2ss camaro
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Originally Posted by Camaro54 View Post
You ought to use adjustable coilovers when you lower it that way if you end up with rubbing on a hard bounce you'll be able to adjust properly. I used only springs and then when my wheels and tires went on months later I had a problem. I went with the coilovers and the problem is solved but I wasted $$ on the lowering springs. I'll look to sell them locally. My new rear wheels I didn't expect would come out to the edge of the fender. With the tires 315s I had a slight problem. The coilovers handle much better which makes it also worth the upgrade.
where the coilovers ruffer ride? then the drop springs? and how different was the ride from stock springs to drop springs thanks I'm not sure what brand to get yet. my first priority, is for softest ride in a drop spring thanks
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